If you needed another reason to love Beyoncé then we've got a brilliant one here for you.
The singer, clothing designer and mother of three travelled to her hometown of Houston, Texas, on Sunday to help feed the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
The storm tore through the city, destroying thousands of homes and flooding the international airport to the point where you could only see the tails of the aeroplanes on the tarmac
Beyoncé's charity, BeyGOOD, has amassed donations for those in need and handed out supplies to the Houston locals as well as necessary food and water.
She posted photos of the people she fed as well as the workers that helped her on Instagram on Sunday night, thanking them for their assistance.
"Thanks to everyone who donated to BeyGOOD and contributed to helping so many families in Houston.
"Thank you Pastor Rudy, Michelle, Ingrid and all at St. John's Church. Thank you to Trae Tha Truth and your crew.
"Y'all are so consistently dedicated to our community. Thank you!!
"There is still work to do so please continue to donate and do all you can to restore our city."
Beyoncé then took centre stage at the local church to share some words of encouragement to the Hurricane victims and told them that they're "a great example of what light and love is".
"Y'all are my family, Houston is my home and I thank God that you are safe, that your children are safe."
Hurricane Harvey first hit on August 25.
since then, 60 people have been confirmed dead and over 203,000 homes have been destroyed.