Grab the tissues, folks.
Beyoncé paid tribute to one of her biggest fans, a teen who lost her battle to cancer last week, by sending a bouquet of 90 white roses and handwritten note to the little girl's grieving family.
Chelsea Lee James, who was memorably brought on stage during Bey's concert back in 2009, passed away at the age of 15 on April 21 after a 10-year battle with the disease.
"Donna, love and prayers to you and your family. Chelsea was a beautiful girl and I am so happy I was able to meet her," the card read. "She touched my heart and I will never forget her."
Bey serenaded James in front of more than 20,000 fans during her 2009 concert in Sydney, dedicating her song "Halo" to the young teen from Newcastle.
"Chelsea I can see your halo, I pray it won't fade away," Bey sang as tears filled Chelsea's eyes.
The two then reunited backstage at Bey's Mrs. Carter Show in November after the children's cancer charity Camp Quality organized a meeting.
And of course, Jay Z's missus didn't forget to give a shout out to her biggest fan during the show, dedicating her song "Survivor" to James while shouting "Yeah, Chelsea" from the stage.
It's been a busy and seemingly emotional week for Blue Ivy's mama, who also posted a handwritten poem on Instagram, which may speak volumes about her latest single.
The poem, which is titled "The Invitation" and was penned by Oriah Mountain Dreamer was written out on sheets of white paper by Bey, who clearly emphasized specific words.
She capitalized and underlined the world "pretty" which could be a reference to the behind-the-scenes "Pretty Hurts" music video in which she opens up about the pressure to be perfect in our image-obsessed society.
"Pretty Hurts" is a song that "represents finding that one thing in the world that makes you truly happy," Bey says in the clip.