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"A little girl donates hair to a princess wig for a sick child"

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Friends, Many little girls dream of being princesses, but there are those who want to make sure that others can also be princesses. One of them is Ruby Cotter from Essex.
Ruby has enviable hair that Rapunzel herself would be proud of - long and healthy, reaching up to her waist, and she wants to cut it off.
When the girl learned about the children who lose their hair due to illness, she became sad. But when she heard that human hair could be turned into a wig, she was determined to donate her own.
So, the child asked his parents if he could make another little girl happy by donating her hair to the Little Princess Trust - a foundation that makes wigs for children who have lost hair due to cancer and aggressive treatment.
“I’m feeling a little sad, but my daughter is determined to do it, because it’s a good deed,” the girl’s mother said in an interview. “Ruby told us about her desire in November and we decided to wait, suddenly she changes her mind. But since then constantly interested in this question. "
Moreover, the girl can not wait for her hair to grow back to donate to the second wig.
What can you say about Ruby? This is a real angel on earth! May God grant her health and longevity! We are sure, with such a kind heart, she will make our World a better place!
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