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Heartwarming moment high-school student tells people they’re beautiful and records their reactions

Heartwarming moment high-school student tells people they’re beautiful and records their adorable reactions

  • Olivia Brockhoff, 16, surprised people with the compliment in a video in Canada
  • She said it to peers and teachers from Holy Rosary High School in Lloydminster
  • In one clip, a girl reacted ‘oh my God Olivia, stop, thank you’ and warmly smiled
  • One boy, stood out in a field, slightly misread the script and said: ‘I am beautiful’

Everyone likes to be told they are beautiful, and a high-school student has proved this by capturing people’s heartwarming reactions during a social experiment.

Olivia Brockhoff, 16, surprised people with the compliment during a video as part of her communications media class in Canada.

The teenager got her peers and teachers from Holy Rosary High School in Lloydminster, Alberta, in front of a camera and monitor their reactions.

Olivia Brockhoff, 16, surprised people with the compliment during a video as part of her communications media class in Canada

In one adorable clip, a girl said ‘oh my God Olivia, stop, thank you’ as she smiled and covered her mouth.

Ms Brockhoff says to another ‘I am taking pictures of people I think are beautiful,’ to which the girl grinned and replied: ‘Oh thank you.’

One boy, who was standing outside in a snowy field, went slightly off-piste and said: ‘I am beautiful.’

The teenager got her peers and teachers from Holy Rosary High School in Lloydminster, Alberta, in front of a camera and monitor their reactions

The teenager got her peers and teachers from Holy Rosary High School in Lloydminster, Alberta, in front of a camera and monitor their reactions

But another welled up and covered his face as he said: ‘Thank you.’

And the last clip saw Ms Brockhoff say: ‘I am taking a video slash pictures of people I find beautiful, and I think you’re beautiful.’

The girl replied ‘aww, thanks, you’re making me cry,’ as she put her hand on her face and turned away as the video ends.

Ms Brockhoff said she hoped the video she recorded over two days in Novemeber would spread positivity and kindness.

In one adorable clip (pictured), a girl reacted 'oh my God Olivia, stop, thank you' as she smiled and covered her mouth

In one adorable clip (pictured), a girl reacted ‘oh my God Olivia, stop, thank you’ as she smiled and covered her mouth

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