Ollie Locke Cuts His Famous Hair For Children Going Through Cancer Treatment

The Made In Chelsea star donated his locks to the Little Princess Trust.

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by Bonnie McLaren |
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One of our OG Made In Chelsea favourites, Ollie Locke- a man who is as famous for his long lustrous hair as he was for wearing that Union Jack blazer - has just cut his trademark locks, and donated the hair to make a wig for a young person going through cancer treatment.

Ollie{ =nofollow}, 35, showed the process on Instagram, and filmed a video of him having his hair cut by hairdresser Dylan McConnachie. The MIC star also showed how it was cut in segments, and then packaged to be sent to The Little Princess Trust.

He wrote on Instagram: 'FINALLY.. THE BIG HAIR CUT! On the day after my 35th birthday I knew it was the perfect time It was time to cut off my hair to make into a wig for a little girl battling with cancer! Nothing makes me happier than being able to donate my hair to the most wonderful Little Princess Trust, which I did all those years ago too!

'Thank you to my heavenly hairdresser @dylan.official_hairstylist and thank you all for such lovely messages for my birthday, it was such a wonderful day!! Xx @officiallittleprincesstrust.'

Ollie isn't the only famous face who has donated their hair to the charity, which provides wigs and hair pieces to children who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment. Harry Styles has also famously given away his hair, after he grew his hair long for Dunkirk, posting a picture of the ponytail on Instagram. Back in 2013, Jessie J also shaved her head live on TV for Comic Relief, and as well as raising loads of money, donated her hair to the charity. It seems Ollie is in very good company. And if you also fancy donating your hair to the charity, you can find out how you can help here.

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