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    ‘My Heart Is Full’: Chris Pratt Spends Time with Children Battling Cancer at Ronald McDonald House New York

    Updated: February 8, 2019 at 1:23 pm EST  See Comments

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    ‘My Heart Is Full’: Chris Pratt Spends Time with Children Battling Cancer at Ronald McDonald House New York

    Actor and outspoken Christian Chris Pratt had to chance to spread joy to child cancer patients this week, but what he found is that they filled his heart, too.

    According to CBN News, the Lego Movie 2 star headed to the Ronald McDonald House in New York to spend some time with kids who are fighting the long hard battle against cancer.

    One moment in his visit that stood out was when Pratt had the chance to visit a young girl named Paige who has limited human interaction due to a dangerously compromised immune system.

    Ronald McDonald House New York thanked the Gradians of the Galaxy actor for coming by in an Instagram post. The organization shared a photo on Wednesday of Pratt with his hand on Paige’s shoulder and captioned it, “Today, Chris Pratt made a special visit to the House. He spent time hanging with families and even made a special visit to Paige. Because of her weakened immune system, Paige must stay in a post-transplant suite where she has limited contact outside of her room.”

    They added, “Thank you to @prattprattpratt and #mdcproductions for bringing this unforgettable experience to Paige and all the families staying at the House. #keepingfamiliesclose

     

    Pratt also shared his gratitude for the experience on Instagram. The movie star posted a collage of five photos, each featuring him spending time with a different

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