Over Christmas, Louis took the time out of his busy schedule to go to Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice where a spokesman told Doncaster Free Press, "Louis got in touch just before Christmas to find out if the charity needed any gifts for its families.
"When Bluebell Wood suggested Louis take a look at its Amazon wish-list, little did it expect him buy everything left on the list, but that’s exactly what he did.
"As many supporters regularly ask Bluebell Wood about suitable gifts, the hospice set up a wish-list on Amazon to give people a guide on the kind of games, toys and books most often appreciated by the children, young adults and their carers during their time at the hospice.
"Lots of supporters used the wish-list to buy gifts for the charity in the run up to Christmas, but there were still quite a few items left over."
Head of Family Support and Wellbeing Services, Emma Doughty said: “It was a wonderful surprise to get a call from Louis’ team to let us know he wanted to give some gifts to our families at Christmas, but when he then decided to buy everything left on the list we were stunned. This was an amazing and unexpected bonus. He really is a star supporter of Bluebell Wood."
We are not even slightly surprised. Louis is constantly supporting charities, and does it without any media hype surrounding him.