Someone please pick us off the floor, 'cause we just melted.
We're already huge fans of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, but his latest exploits will make your heart explode with happiness.
The "Baywatch" star is known for visiting children's hospitals when he's filming movies, and his most recent trip made one little girl extremely happy.
The actor took a break from working to spend time with some sick children who are part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and posted photos of the precious moments on Instagram.
In one pic, the 43-year-old semi-retired wrestler kisses Ashley Rodriguez, who uses a mobility chair.
"She asked for a kiss... don't threaten me with a good time woman! 😂 #OnSet #BAYWATCH #MakeAWish #LovelyAshley #AndTheKissingSilverback," Johnson captioned the photo.
Another sweet pic shows the "Ballers" actor meeting Ashley, who was there with her mom and other family members. Johnson was clearly moved by the introduction and wrote a sweet caption to the photo.
It reads in part:
"Ashley, you made my heart full today and I'm such a lucky guy to have been able to spend time with you.
You stay strong, stay awesome, keep smilin', enjoy the gift and always keep lovin' pepperoni pizza. And I'll do the same!"
Even while at work, he spends time with his fans.
A couple days ago, a man with special needs, Ryan, and his family made an unannounced visit to the set of Johnson's new movie "Baywatch." While many celebs would have ignored the family and kept on working, Johnson put the film's production on hold so he could take the time to give the family a hug and talk to them.
Check out the sweet interaction:
Johnson says it's experiences such as this that make him feel grateful.
"I walked away from this family so grateful to have met them and Ryan. I don't ever take meetings like this for granted and when that mama hugged me today and I felt her start to cry... that stuff gets me every single time I hug a parent in these situations, because I'm a parent too and will do anything to make my babies happy and put a smile on their faces," he wrote on Instagram.
We heart you, Dwayne!
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