Actress Ellen Page made a surprise appearance Saturday at a Gay Pride event in Jamaica.

The 28-year-old Page came out gay last year during a Valentine's Day speech delivered at Time to THRIVE, an LGBT youth conference hosted by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) in Las Vegas.

Page posted a photograph of the flash mob event she attended in Kingston, the nation's capital. She tagged the photograph with the hashtag “gaycation.”

Roughly 40 people attended the event, which was held outside Emancipation Park.

J-Flag, an NGO that promotes LGBT rights in Jamaica, posted on Facebook a photo of Page with Karen Lloyd, program officer for J-Flag.

JA Latoya Nugent, co-chair of Pride Jamaica, called Page's participation “magical and awe-inspiring,” in comments to Gay Star News.

Due to security concerns, the first-ever Pride Jamaica did not include a parade.

(Related: Jamaica holds first Gay Pride celebration.)