Made in Chelsea’s Ollie Locke cuts off hair to donate to children’s wig charity
Ollie Locke has shared a heartwarming video of him chopping off his long hair and preparing to send his dark lustrous locks to the Little Princess Trust.
The charity focuses on making wigs for children fighting cancer and who have undergone chemotherapy.
The 35 year old Made in Chelsea star revealed he'd been waiting for the right moment to undergone a major haircut, as he's been growing out his hair for a while.
Ollie explained his decision and how passionate he was with a sweet montage on his Instagram page.
Set to the country track Galway Girl by Steve Earl, the reality TV favourite grinned as he showed fans the process.
"FINALLY.. THE BIG HAIR CUT!" Ollie captioned the video. "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!" the star continued. "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."
Friends and followers took to the comments to share their support for Ollie's decision.
"Oh you amazing man! I love this. And you," one person gushed.
Another wrote: "You're amazing!!! Xxxx"
"Aside from the fact you look sooooo much better with short hair… lovely reason to cut it off. x," a third shared, insisting it was the right move for the TV personality's look too.
While a fourth fan added: "What a beautiful person you are…..you look very handsome with your new hair too."
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It comes as Ollie recently opened up about his and husband Gareth's plan to continue trying for another baby.
The married couple were devastated when their last surrogate sadly lost twins during pregnancy, only weeks after announcing she was expecting in November.
Determined to share a realistic and honest picture of their experiences of surrogacy and baby loss on the E4 show, Ollie recently told The Sun that it "hasn't been easy" since they lost the babies, but that the community has helped.
"We're all holding each other's hands. We're hoping that next year will be the year we get the baby we want and deserve and need," he added to the publication.
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