A 10-year-old country fan named Bella is currently fighting cancer, and George Strait wanted to make her smile.

On Oct. 9, the King of Country Music shared a heartfelt video message on the Facebook page of Heroes and Cops Against Childhood Cancer, directed at Bella. "Hey, Bella, it’s me, George Strait," Strait says to open a 30-second clip. "Hey, darlin’, I heard you weren’t doing so well. I just want you to know that I’m thinking about you and I’m praying for you and I hope you get better really, really soon."

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"I just want you to know that I’m thinking about you. And thank you for listening to me and liking my music," he continues. "That makes me very happy. Anyway, darlin’, I hope you get better real soon, and remember I love you. Bye, bye darlin’.”

Wearing his signature black cowboy hat, a smile spread across Strait's face when he talked to Bella, telling her how happy he is to have her as a fan.

One of the men who started the organization — police officer Damon Cole — shared his thanks to the country legend for making the young girl's day.

"Thank you from the bottom of my heart @GeorgeStrait for doing this for Hero Bella. King George you have a heart of gold brother," the officer says on Twitter.

Strait is never one to shy away from lending a helping hand or comfort when needed. The singer recently made a visit to see residents of Rockport, Texas, offering words of encouragement. Strait owns property in Rockport, which was one of the towns most devastated by Hurricane Harvey.