It's always nice to see celebs give back, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is definitely doing her part!
The gorgeous actress traveled to Phnom Penh, Cambodia with UNICEF to visit with children struggling with hunger, poverty and disease in the local villages. The 26-year-old shared a series of photos of her trip on Instagram, including an adorable snapshot with four adorable little girls, who attempt to mimic the supermodel's pout and blow kisses to the camera.
"Such an incredible first day in Cambodia with @unicef_uk meeting gorgeous girls like these," the beauty captioned the sweet pic.
The stunning Brit is all smiles in a white T-shirt and her hair pulled up in a bun, as she poses in another shot with a cute young boy. "This adorable boy has been the star of today! Watch #SOCCERAID for @unicef_uk on 8th June 2014 to see more from him," she wrote.
The Transformers: Dark of the Moon star filmed an appeal video for Soccer Aid, which will air on June 8 on Britain's ITV. The event brings international athletes and Hollywood A-listers together for a soccer match to raise funds for the global children's charity.
"I've been so inspired by the children I've met on my first day in Cambodia, despite the conditions they live in," the Marks & Spencer spokesmodel said. "It was heartbreaking to meet a mum whose baby daughter died from diarrhea when she was just six months old because of the sewage and dirty conditions."
"I was shocked to learn that around 50 children under the age of five die every day in Cambodia from diseases that can be easily prevented," she continued. "Yet it costs so little to help save a child's life."