Little Princess Frankie gets a'¨right royal trim

Every little girl dreams of being a princess... and Frankie Taylor is no exception.

Thursday, 2nd March 2017, 1:56 pm
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 10:57 am

Now the eight-year-old can claim an honorary regal title after helping The Little Princess Trust.

Frankie, a pupil at Lancaster Lane Primary School, near Leyland, had her long hair chopped to raise money for the charity, which makes wigs for children who have lost their own hair due to cancer.

Frankie donated 10 inches of her hair to the charity and is well on her way to raising more than £1,000.

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Dad Andy said: “She wanted to do it after hearing that Harry Styles from One Direction did it and thought it would be nice to help out girls who have lost their hair.

“When she asked us about it we looked it up online and found out about The Little Princess Trust.”

Frankie originally set herself a target of raising £350, the cost of making one wig but got more than £800 in no time and she is now heading well over the £1,000 mark.

Andy added: “Leanne Athorn from LA Hair & Make Up kindly waived her fee.

“I also shaved my hair for the charity after colleagues offered to raise a further £100 which Frankie finds