Beyonce Reaches Out to Grieving Family of Teen Chelsea Lee James

PHOTO: Beyonce is pictured on April 1, 2014 in Brooklyn, N.Y.Jim McIsaac/Getty Images
Beyonce is pictured April 1, 2014, in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Beyoncé first met Chelsea Lee James in 2009, when she invited the girl to join her on stage to perform "Halo."

After Chelsea, 15, died of cancer a few days ago, the singer remembered her grieving family.

Beyoncé, 32, sent the girl's Australian family a bouquet of white roses, along with a personalized note, according to a post on a support page for Chelsea.

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"Donna, Love and prayers to you and your family," she wrote to the girl's mom. "Chelsea was a beautiful girl and I am so happy I was able to meet her. She touched my heart and I will never forget her."

Chelsea died April 21 after a decade-long battle with cancer. In 2004, she was first diagnosed with a tumor on her spine. Despite surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, the tumor multiplied, eventually numbering 18. Meeting Beyoncé was a dream come true for the British girl, who reunited with the singer last year.

"I was so excited to meet Beyoncé again," she said, according to a media report. "This time ... I actually got to meet her backstage and talk to her and laugh with her, which was so cool. I'll never forget this."

A rep for the singer could not be reached for comment.