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Pussycat Doll joins LPT

Pussycat Doll joins LPT

Pop star describes how hair can instil confidence

As someone who has sung in front of huge audiences around the world, Kimberly Wyatt knows just how important a person’s appearance can be for their confidence.

The Pussycat Dolls' pop star says her hair has “always been something that brings her confidence” whether she is “rocking a faux hawk or channelling her inner Brigitte Bardot”.

"My hair helps me tap into that inner warrior,” she adds.

Kimberly says this meant she immediately identified with the work of The Little Princess Trust and how our wigs can restore the identity of our young recipients at a very tough time in their lives.

So much so that the singer and her young family wanted to help LPT – and are now signed up as official Ambassadors.

My hair has always been something that brings me confidence

She said: “Cancer is a brutal disease - the thought of a child having to fight this fight breaks my heart. So we, as a family, will do what we can to help!”

As we as providing wigs, free of charge, to young people suffering hair loss, The Little Princess Trust also funds research searching for kinder and more effective treatments for childhood cancers.

“When I heard stories about the confidence a real hair wig inspires in children while fighting for their lives it made sense to me,” added Kimblery.

Kimberly Wyatt and her family have become Ambassadors with The Little Princess Trust.

“My hair has always been something that brings me confidence - my hair helps me tap into that inner warrior.

“The inner warrior is what I hope kids fighting cancer can tap into when they get their wig thanks to The Little Princess Trust.”

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