Robert Downey Jr. Stops by Children’s Hospital Before CIVIL WAR Premiere
It’s always awesome to see A-list stars go out of their way to bring some joy and happiness into people's lives. Although I support Team Cap, I’ve gotta give Team Iron Man props because Robert Downey Jr. visited a children’s hospital before the premiere of Captain America: Civil War. A collection of photos of the actor’s visit were posted on Twitter by the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity in London.
While there he met with several kids including 7-year-old Ethan Miller from Southend, Essex, “who suffers from the rare blood disease ITP as well as type 1 diabetes. Miller was dressed in costume as his favorite Avenger, Iron Man, as he posed for pictures with Downey alongside his parents, Kristie and Lee.”
These kinds of selfless acts bring joy and happiness into people's lives. Downey Jr. has proven once again that he is a stand-up individual with a heart of gold.