Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes are putting their time at home to good use by putting some smiles on kids’ faces.
The two surprised patients at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. with a virtual visit on Tuesday, chatting with some young fans individually and answering their questions.
"Kids are the light of this whole world!!!!!" Cabello wrote on Instagram. "We hung out with some friends at the hospital in DC yesterday - thanks @ryanfoundation for bringing smiles to these kids, who are brave and spunky and warriors everyday!"
Cabello also posted a series of photos and videos from the visit.
In one clip, Cabello and Mendes encouraged a girl who is shy about singing. In another, a young fan asks Camila about her creative process, and in yet another, two young girls show off their dance moves.
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Another video, posted by the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, showed a fan asking Cabello how fun is it to be stuck at home with Mendes.
"It’s the most fun," Mendes answered for her, and she agreed. "He made broccoli eggs today," she said. "Have you ever heard of broccoli eggs? It sounds terrible, but it tasted great."
As Cabello previously revealed, Mendes has been teaching her guitar, while she's been teaching him Spanish.