Beyoncé surprises 2-year-old fan with sweet gift after viral TikTok: 'I see your halo, Tyler'

Beyoncé-Knowles Carter heard the cry of a young boy asking his mom for the singer in a viral TikTok video and decided to send him a special gift.

Over the last week, a video has been making rounds on social media of a 2-year-old boy named Tyler in the Philippines asking his mother, digital creator Bea Fabregas (@beafabregas on TikTok and Instagram), "Where’s Beyoncé?" while the two ate pizza.

In the TikTok video, Tyler repeatedly asks his mother about the Grammy Award-winning singer's whereabouts before he innocently asks his mom, "Can I visit Beyoncé?" to which Fabregas lets him know she does not know the singer personally.

Eventually Fabregas lets her son know that she isn't actually friends with the superstar and couldn't make that happen. However, it was clear that Tyler was not taking no for answer, declaring that Beyoncé was in fact his friend and he wanted to meet her.

The video of Tyler and his mom garnered millions of views and tons of shares and likes. With the help of the internet, it landed right in front of Beyoncé, who decided to send the young boy her favorite blue flowers and a stuffed animal with a sweet message.

In an Instagram post on Wednesday, Fabregas revealed that Beyoncé wrote her son and "my friend Tyler" a note.

"For the record @beyonce and Tyler are now actually, officially friends! Through the power of Queen B’s internet (millions of views and likes it’s crazy!) she saw the video and sent over some of her favorite blue flowers, a new animal best friend for Tyler and the sweetest message that our family will now always treasure," Fabregas wrote in the caption, along with photos of her son posing with the bouquet of flowers and a stuffed animal.

"In her note (which she started out with 'To my friend Tyler') she said, 'I see your halo, Tyler,'" Fabregas added.

She concluded: "Thank you so much for thinking of our little family @yvettenoelschure@beyonce 🥹 I mean with the amount of mentions and videos Beyonce gets everyday, it still blows our mind to know time was set aside to send this sweet gift over. My mama heart😭"

Fabregas also thanked everyone who "shared it, commented, liked it," adding that her son may be "too young to remember all this, but I'll always remind him to dream big and shoot for the stars!!"

And from the looks of it, Tyler seemed to be over the moon with his gifts from his new friend, Queen Bey.

Follow Caché McClay, the USA TODAY Network's Beyoncé Knowles-Carter reporter, on InstagramTikTok and X as @cachemcclay.

This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Beyoncé sends young boy flowers after viral video calling her a friend