Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry bring piece of the North Pole to children’s hospital

Christmas came early for a group of well-deserving kids in the City of Angels.

On Tuesday afternoon, power couple Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry helped young patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles get into the holiday spirit. During their surprise visit, the pair dressed up as Mr. and Mrs. Claus, spreading cheer amongst those who will be unable to spend Christmas at home with their loved ones this year.

On the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Facebook account, Bloom and Perry can be seen taking photos and greeting the young patients. The “Rise” singer even broke out into Christmas carols while her beau joined in on the drums.

Check out some photos from their adorable and tenderhearted visit below.

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom visit the kids at Children's Hospital Los Angeles

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The children were nestledAll safe in their beds (Orlando Bloom's arms)While visions of sugarplums (Katy Perry) danced in their heads.

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Baby Zion knows how to charm our special visitors.

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Just like everyone else, Baby Zion can hardly believe it! It's Orlando Bloom

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Plenty of time for one-on-one's with our patients.

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Orlando Bloom's drum solo for Katy Perry and the kids at CHLA.

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Christmas carols with friends …

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A little girl talk between friends. Orlando was happy to play along.

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Another drum solo Orlando Bloom?

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Plenty of fun memories …

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and more smiles!

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Written by Cayla Masters

Music, pop culture and cheesesteak lover. Follow me on Twitter, @caylamasters

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