Kind-hearted Frankie Walters has had her luscious locks chopped to make wigs for children with cancer.
The four-year-old told her mum she wanted to cut off her to help others after hearing about how others lose their hair when they are poorly.
Her touched the bottom of her back, but had a huge 14 inches chopped off.
Mum-of-four Sam Walters (28) of Greentrees Court, said she was so proud of her youngest daughter.
She said: “She came home from nursery and said “Mummy I need to have my hair cut and need to give it another girl with no hair” I thought it was adorable and I am so proud of her. She is only four and already is thinking of others.”
Sam was a little hesitant and kept checking Frankie was sure she wanted it cut. Her older siblings Kayla, Abi and Callum all couldn’t believe she was having it done.
She was sat brushing it this morning and said it was much easier and really loves it.
She added: “Everyone associates her with having this long hair. But all Frankie says is, “don’t worry mummy, it will grow back”’.
Frankie had the chop at Classic Look by Marie on Mansfield Road, Sutton.
After the chop, Frankie said: “I am beautiful like a princess now.”
Sam added; “She was so calm about it all, she even had it shorter than we thought she was going to have it done.
“She was sat brushing it this morning and said it was much easier and really loves it.”
The hair will be donated to the Princess Trust Charity which provides wigs to boys and girls across the UK and Ireland who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment.
They are also raising cash and have so far raised £420.
Visit www.justgiving.com/FrankiesHairCut to donate to the charity.