Hollywood superstar and all-around nice guy, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, has treated three children to a very special day on the set of his new movie.
The 46-year-old is currently filming the Fast and Furious spin-off Hobbs and Shaw, which is being shot right here in the UK.
Whilst he was on location, Johnson took some time out of filming to meet Cameron, Lucy and P.J. from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Rays of Sunshine Children's Charity and Starlight Children's Foundation, charities that work with seriously ill children and bring a little hope and cheer into their lives.
The trio met the former wrestler after taking a ride in a few of the vehicles from the film and playing video games and initially seemed shocked that their hero was standing in front and knew their names.
Johnson even encouraged an impromptu rendition of the Moana song 'How Far I'll Go' from Lucy, which is her favourite film starring 'The People's Champ'.
They then meet Johnson's co-star Jason Statham before being introduced to the other members of the cast and crew, where he pays tribute to them.
We are lucky to play heroes. They are really like superheroes because they're super, super strong.
If that wasn't good enough The Rock then gave the children special Rock-themed Christmas jumpers, limited edition Hobbs & Shaw XBOX consoles and his own signature chocolate-chip cookies.
The Rock concludes the video which he shared on Christmas Day, by saying:
To spend time with P.J. and Cameron and little Lucy—just to see them smile and have a great time and to bring a little bit of joy in an otherwise pretty challenging time is just very, very special.
Man, I got the best job in the world. kThis kind of stuff is easily, easily the best part of my fame. I'm lucky.