Celebrity news News & Gossip Celebrity children's hair styles - girls Check out what hair styles Matilda Ledger, Suri Cruise, Honor Marie and Harlow Madden are rocking! 1 of Ad break Celebrity children - the girls that are top of the chopsCurly and cute, or long and luscious? Well, the cute celebrity children are working both these looks. As celebrity offspring always seem to be on top of the style game, take some tips from these little celeb girls. Matilda Ledger, Harlow Madden, Suri Cruise or Honor Marie - who do you like best? Harlow Madden - carefree curlsThose loose, natural curls bounce off Harlow Madden's angelic face. These locks are easy to maintain and perfect for babes who enjoy life first, image second. Give the look a renaissance feel like Harlow by keeping strands carefree and sweeping against cherub faces. We're sure her stylish mum Nicole Richie is proud! Honor Marie Cash - short and sweetHonor Marie's low key short style is as cute as a button, especially when she acessorises with adorable hairbands and clips. This whispy look is perfect for tots on the go. You can see she's been taking styling tips off her glam celebrity mum Jessica Alba! Matilda Ledger - classic bobWith her cheeky grin and angelic round face, little Matilda Ledger works the classic bob like a pro. Well groomed but practical, this traditional little girl's cut gets the thumbs up for active girls and little prim princesses alike. Continue slideshow > Suri Cruise - long and lovelyThis celebrity preschooler needs no introduction! It's no surprise that little madam Suri Cruise sports long, shiny locks - a super girly look for a super girly girl! It can be worn out, to gently blow in the wind like a Hollywood star's, or tied up in ultra cute pigtails. Just casually sweep behind the ear to achieve instant style cred and ultimate coolness. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums 14 internet and text slang terms every parent should know Mum breastfeeding between contractions - captured on camera This mum's adorable selfie with her toddler isn't what it seems Is it time to end the 'nightmare' of parents' evenings?