April 11, 2013 5:09 PM EST
Couple News: Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev Posts Well-Wishing Messages for a Sick Fan on ‘Twitter’ [PHOTOS]
Couple Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev received wonderful news after they visited a sick "Vampire Diaries" fan in a Toronto, Canada hospital last March 30. The young patient named Kayla underwent a lung transplant last week and it was a successful one so the couple shared well-wishing messages on their "Twitter" accounts.
During their Canada vacation, the "Vampire Diaries" stars decided to spend a day with the 14-year-old Kayla and they even took a picture with young girl as a souvenir. Nina Dobrev received the good news about Kayla's successful operation and immediately expressed her feeling on the social networking site "Twitter."
"Sending congratulations to Kayla and her family. Her life has been saved. I'm smiling from ear to ear," Nina wrote on her Twitter account @ninadobrev. The actress even urged her followers to show support and register as organ donors.
"Ps. I'm an organ donor! Everyone should be! You can save someone's life. I am grateful to Kayla's fearless hero," Nina further posted on her Twitter account. Nina's boyfriend, Ian, was also fast in expressing his delight upon hearing the news that Kayla successfully received a new lung.
"Hope you're feeling great @Kayla_0507 we're thinking about you! Breathe-smile-repeat :) Xo Ian," the heartthrob actor wrote on his Twitter account @iansomerhalder.
The adorable couple continues to charm their millions of fans as they asked for some Kayla well-wishing messages. "I'd like to ask everyone who reads this to send out positive energy to @Kayla_0507 tonight. Just take one moment of your time. Think of her and put it out there in the universe. Think happy thoughts," the 24-year-old beauty wrote on Wednesday.
Ian's Twitter message to the fans read: "Support @Kayla_0507 & her dream to run w/ the Run aLung - it takes place May 11 in Cambridge on Bob McMullen trail! http://runalung.ca." Kayla's mother revealed on "Facebook" that the new left lung will now enable her daughter to function normally as a teenage girl.