Oh No! Expert Confirms Prince Harry's Signs Of Balding Are Getting Worse, And Meghan Might Be The Cause Of It
November 7, 2018 17:51 By Fabiosa
Prince Harry is rapidly losing hair. We all knew it, it’s stopped being a hush-hush subject ages ago. The father-to-be even previously admitted to his fan that his dad’s genes are taking their tall.
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The royal, who used to have a heap of ginger hair admitted to a female fan during a trip to New Zealand that he is going bald. The woman meant to give a compliment to Prince Harry saying that he looks just like his father to which he responded:
I'm losing my hair like him too.
However, it appears that the Prince’s hair condition is getting worse. But how does his wife feel about his inevitable baldness?
Losing hair, don’t care
A surgeon from Manchester, Dr. Asim Shahmalak, who specializes in hair transplants, noted that Prince Harry is definitely getting bald very quickly. The bald patch that we might have spotted before is now expended from the center of his head to the back of his scalp.
Dr. Shahmalak said to DailyMail:
There has been a significant acceleration of his baldness in the last year and Harry is now losing his hair as rapidly as his brother William. If he does not take action now, he faces suffering from advanced male pattern baldness like his brother in his forties and beyond.
Interestingly enough, his condition didn’t escape the eye of regular people as many noticed a sudden change for worse. The reason for that might be lying in Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle.
Since the ginger royal got married, he just stopped hiding the fact that he is balding. Dr. Shahmalak explains:
While marital happiness does not bring about any hormonal changes which would affect hair loss, research shows that men in settled relationships tend to do less to disguise their baldness.
There are many ways to temporary change the hair loss situation but Harry doesn’t seem to care about that because it doesn’t matter for Meghan.
Does baldness run in the royal blood?
The House of Windsor has quite a history of balding royals. From King Edward VII to Prince Charles, they all seemed to suffer from early hair loss.
Prince William started losing hair at just 25 years old. However, this issue has never been a problem for royal males as their wives love them no matter how much hair they have.