A PAIR of Prestatyn siblings have cut their hair "off at the bobble" to help support victims of Covid-19.

Upon returning home from Canada, 20-year-old Sebastien Marshall has teamed up with his younger sister Sophia Milne, 10, to raise more than £1,000 for the UK PayPal COVID-19 Relief Fund.

The fund funnels donations to multiple charities - including the British Red Cross, MacMillan Cancer Support and Unicef. the pair - and the pair will also donate 19 inches of hair to the Little Princess Trust, which makes wigs for children who have undergone chemotherapy.

Anna Prince, Sebastien and Sophia's mother, said: "It was both their idea and I cut their hair. Seb cut off 10 inches and Sophia cut of nine inches of hair

"Seb was eager to shave his head while Sophia was apprehensive at first - but wanted to do a good deed and donate her hair to other children that might need a wig.

"However, after watching her brother have his hair off she was determined to do the same and they both love their new look."

At the outset of the pandemic, Sebastien was forced to return home from his job as a ski instructor at the Whistler resort in British Columbia to help his mum, a who is a radiographer at Glan Clwyd Hospital, look after his sister.

Miss Price added: "I'm extremely proud of them both.

"It’s great for my children to be able to get involved in a charity event for Covid and think of others

"Sophia loved her long hair she’s been growing it for a year, as ha Sebastien so it it was very precious to him.

"He’s looking forward to return to Canada once lock down is over to work the ski season again."

To donate to fundraiser, visit Sebastian Marshall's 'Donating Hair' campaign on gofundme.com.