Ollie Locke of Made In Chelsea cut his long hair for charity as he donates it to turn it into a wig for a little girl battling cancer
She has been sporting long curls for many years.
And on Monday, Ollie Locke, 35, took to social media to reveal that he cut his long hair for the charity Little Princess Trust.
Posting a video of himself getting his braids cut by a hairdresser, the Made In Chelsea star explained that he donated hair to be made into a wig for a girl battling cancer.
New short ‘do! On Monday, Ollie Locke, 35, took to social media to reveal that he had a long hair cut for the charity Little Princess Trust.
In the video, Ollie started off with his long hair cut by Dylan McConnachie before showing how it had been tied into segments and put into a postal bag to be shipped.
The reality star then ran her fingers through her new, much shorter hairstyle and smiled at the camera.
Ollie wrote alongside: ‘FINALLY .. THE BIG HAIR CUT! The day after my 35th birthday I knew it was the perfect time. It was time to cut my hair to make a wig for a child fighting cancer!
Cut for charity! Posting a video of himself getting his hair cut, the Made In Chelsea star explained that he donated hair to turn into a wig for a young girl battling cancer.
Amazing! Ollie explained what was going on in a caption alongside
‘Nothing makes me happier than being able to donate my hair to Little Princess’s most wonderful trust, which I did all those years ago too!
‘Thanks to my heavenly hairdresser @ dylan.official_hairstylist and thanks everyone for such beautiful messages for my birthday, it was a wonderful day !! Xx @officiallittleprincesstrust. ‘
It comes just a couple of months after Ollie and her husband Gareth talked about their struggles with having a baby via a surrogate and how it remains their “main focus” for the future.
Snip snip! Ollie’s braids were cut by hairdresser Dylan McConnachie
How many hairs! The reality star showed how her hair was pulled into wedges
Made In Chelsea star and Gareth were guests on the show Lorraine where they discussed their experience so far with IVF and the difficult challenges they have faced, revealing that they have lost five embryos in one year.
The couple announced last year that they were trying to have a baby via a surrogate and have documented their journey so far on social media.
Asked if they were planning to continue with IVF after several failed attempts, the couple remained optimistic and Ollie replied, “It’s our main and comprehensive goal. We are so ready for it.”
Go to charity! Ollie put his long hair in a mail bag to be shipped to charity
‘We have lost five embryos in the past year. We have been to Cyprus, Mexico and the US and it was difficult and very expensive. But we’re still trying and we have so much support.
Gareth added: “All the knock-backs make you know you’re ready for it.”
It comes after Ollie explained that after learning she was pregnant in November, their surrogate sadly miscarried at six weeks after their first attempt at having a baby via IVF was unsuccessful.
New look! The reality star then ran his fingers through her new, much shorter hairstyle and smiled at the camera.