Ciara treats children's hospital patients to complimentary makeovers

The princess is here!

Ciara paid a very special visit Seattle Children's Hospital with her glam squad on Monday to treat some more-than-deserving patients to complimentary makeovers.

Adorable photos the singer shared on her Instagram show her and a handful of children having fun as they get all dolled up together.

Photos from the event:

The pop goddess' presence really had an impact, according to patients at the hospital.

Fiona Lynch, and 18-year-old patient who is being treated for Crohn's disease, told KCPQ that the visit "made me feel so special."

"Being in the hospital can make you sad or get you down," Lynch said. "Today wasn't like other days in the hospital. I didn't have to think about medications or scans. It really took my mind off being in the hospital and gave me a break."

Ciara, who is a regular visitor to the hospital with her husband, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, said that she simply wanted to organize an event to help make kids at the hospital feel beautiful -– both inside and out.

"Every time I visit Seattle Children's, I see how strong these children are who are going through such difficult battles," the singer said in a statement on Seattle Children's website. "I wanted to help make them feel as strong and beautiful as they are to me, and to let them know I'm thinking about them."

As if we needed another reason to love Mrs. Russel Wilson in the first place.

(h/t Rare)