Chris Evans visited Seattle Children’s Hospital on Saturday in full Captain America costume, following through on his Super Bowl bet with fellow Marvel superhero Chris Pratt.

Chris Evans + Chris Pratt Follow Through On Super Bowl Bet

Evans and Pratt entered into an epic Super Bowl bet in January after it was revealed that their teams would be going head to head in the big game. Evans, a Patriots fan, and Pratt, a Seahawks fan, made a deal: if the Patriots won, then Pratt would visit Boston-based Christopher’s Haven, a home for families and children fighting cancer, as his Guardians of the Galaxy alter-ego, Star-Lord; if the Seahawks won, Evans would visit Seattle Children’s Hospital as  his Avengers/Captain America character, Captain America. The Patriots won the game, and on Feb. 6, Pratt came through with his end of the bet, paying a visit to Christopher’s Haven. Evans joined him, though not in costume, and promised Twitter followers that he would also be paying Seattle Children’s Hospital a visit.

This weekend, the men visited with sick children in Seattle, bringing gifts and posing for photos. “Met some TRUE super heroes! Feeling inspired, blessed touched,” wrote Evans on Twitter following their visit.

Seattle Children’s Hospital shared photos of the two actors visiting with their patients throughout the day. Pratt, wearing a Guardians of the Galaxy baseball hat, posed alongside Evans and his Captain America shield. The two handed out toys and gifts in addition to posing for photos with patients.

“Meeting Captain American and Star-Lord is an experience our patients will always remember. #TwitterBowl,” tweeted Seattle Children’s Hospital on Saturday.

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