Celine Dion put on a very stylish display in a pilgrim-inspired black dress with a white colonial collar and cuffs to wish Americans 'a safe and happy Thanksgiving.'
While the Canadian singer already celebrated the holiday in her country last month, she sent her love to fans 'celebrating in the United States' and 'around the world.'
'Though we may be celebrating apart, we are all together in spirit. Sending you all of my love!' the 52-year-old performer captioned a slideshow of herself in nature.
In her first photograph, she was surrounded by trees changing colors and held onto one's branch and looked off into the distance.
Later, she rested in a field of tall grass with a chic white beret on top of her curly dark blonde hair and her lace-up boots pointed toward her photographer, Dee Amore.
While maintaining unwavering eye contact with the camera, she appeared serene and placed one hand under her chin.
For her final shot, she posed sitting up straight, between two massive trees, and gave an even better close-up of her trendy footwear.
Earlier this month, news broke she and Gloria Estefan would be leading a star-studded concert paying tribute to nurses on Thanksgiving Day.
Nurse Heroes Live! will help fund programs benefitting nurses, including scholarships for the healthcare workers and their children.
A slew of musicians will be headlining the show, including Black Eyed Peas, Stevie Wonder, Carole King, Andrea Bocelli, Maluma, Josh Groban, Pitbull and David Foster and his wife Katharine.
The all-star virtual concert will be hosted by Whoopi Goldberg and produced by Emilio Estefan.
In addition to the celeb-packed musical stylings, a choir of 50 nurses from Northwell Health will be performing as an ensemble with several musical stars.
The benefit aims to support these healthcare workers and their families as the world grapples with a shortage of nurses.
'Together we can change the future – with this concert we will help NurseHeroes.org fund programs including scholarships for nurses and their children,' Emilio said.
The concert will benefit the Nurse Heroes Foundation, a new initiative set up to support and honor nurses.
Nurse Heroes Live! will stream live on November 26 at 7PM ET/4PM PT.