Tim Tebow’s chivalrous surprise allows teen to forget about her illness and feel like a princess

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Haley, a young lady who was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome at 15, is a huge Tim Tebow fan. She’s wanted to meet the football star for a very long time.

So, Tebow’s W15H program made it happen.

The program is part of the Tim Tebow Foundation’s outreach initiative that grants children with life-threatening illnesses the chance to meet Tebow, all while fulfilling any desire they might have.

In the emotional video, Haley’s visit includes an airplane tour of the Grand Canyon, pampering in a luxury suite and the chance to throw out the first pitch at an Arizona Diamondbacks game.

Tebow was often by her side, prayed with her and her family, and spent quality time with them, the Independent Journal Review reports. His chivalrous act of kindness helped Haley temporarily forget about her illness and focus on being a kid and enjoying herself.

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