Celebrities have been wearing an array of colourful wigs to support this year's Wig Wednesday and raise money for children with cancer.
The event, organised by CLIC Sargent, a UK cancer charity offering support to young people and their families, is set to take place on May 21.
On Wednesday people across the country will be wearing wigs to raise money and show support for children and young people who may loose their hair during their treatment for cancer.
Dancing on Ice judge Ashley Roberts, Paralympic gold medal winner Hannah Cockroft, and actor Larry Lamb are among the stars who have showed their support for the charity.
– Anton Du Beke
I had a marvellous time waltzing in my wig and I would definitely give my new look a ten.
Wig Wednesday is a wonderful campaign and I hope to see as many people as possible joining me on May 21 wearing gorgeous wigs to raise money for CLIC Sargent and support children and young people with cancer.
– Jake Humphreys
I’ve seen the amazing work CLIC Sargent does looking after families coping with cancer and Wig Wednesday is the perfect way to raise some money while showing support for this fantastic charity and the children and young people it helps.
– Larry Lamb
I’ve tried out a lot of different looks in my acting career but I think this might be my best yet! I’m delighted to be taking part in CLIC Sargent’s Wig Wednesday campaign.
– Laura Robson
It was great fun taking part in Wig Wednesday and I loved having such a funky hairstyle.
I think CLIC Sargent’s Wig Wednesday is a fantastic campaign which will hopefully raise a lot of money and awareness about children and young people who are living with cancer.
Last year CLIC Sargent raised £22.26 million for children and young people with cancer.
CLIC Sargent provides clinical, practical and emotional support to help children, young people and their families cope with cancer.