Prince Harry’s Balding Crown

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Oh bloody hell! Say it isn’t so! Prince Harry isn’t quite so hairy?! Looks like he may be “heir” to the bad hair as well.

Prince Harry, 28, seems to be losing some hair around his crown, just like his big brother William and their father Charles. It was very evident on a recent charity trip to Africa.

According to hair transplant surgeon Dr. Asim Shahmalak, “It is clear that Harry is thinning around the crown area,” Dr. Shahmalak told The Daily Express. “It is the first signs of the male pattern baldness which has affected both his brother and his father … this is hardly a big surprise especially when it runs in the family as it does for the Windsors.”

Dr. Shahmalak predicts that Harry should have “a significant bald patch” by the time he’s 40 (which is better than Prince William’s prospects). The hair loss expert also told the UK newspaper that the 28-year-old’s only treatment options are hair transplant, medication or a mousse applied to thinning areas.

No matter what Harry, you’re still a charming balla. And you can always cover that bald spot with a crown.

And that’s today’s helping of The Online Dish with Maggie.



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