Allegedly Prince Harry visited a hair loss clinic at the end of last year in Mayfair in London to combat his growing bald spot.
The Duke of Sussex, 35, has apparently recently undergone a hair thickening in the prestigious Philip Kingsley Trichological Clinic, according to The Sun on Sunday.
Like his brother, Prince William, and his father, Prince Charles, Harry has been struggling with a thinning cane in recent years.
Last year an expert claimed that the bald spot of the royal had almost doubled since his marriage to Meghan Markle, 38, in May 2018.
The publication claims that Harry visited the hair loss clinic – which has an extremely wealthy clientele, including royalties, actors, models and athletes – towards the end of last year and has seen an improvement in its ginger lots since.
Prince Harry (pictured last month at the Rugby League World Cup 2021 draws in London) reportedly visited a hair loss clinic in Mayfair in London to try and defeat his growing bald spot
Last year an expert claimed that the bald spot of the royal had almost doubled in size since his marriage to Meghan Markle, 38, in May 2018 (photo)
Meghan would also have visited the clinic before her marriage to Harry to ensure that her locks were glorious for the royal wedding.
A source said: “Harry’s visit caused a lot of commotion. This company is so prestigious. It is one of the best places in the world. It has a whole series of different treatment plans. “
‘The richest, most famous and most connected users use it. The meeting with Harry went well. “It would be very expensive. It is the place to go in London and it is right in the heart of Mayfair. ”
The Duke of Sussex (shown in May 2019, showing its thinning ginger slots) recently underwent thickening treatment at the prestigious Philip Kingsley Trichological Clinic, according to The Sun on Sunday
Harry’s ginger locks looked a little thinner during his visit to The Hague in May 2019, where he officially launched the Invictus Games
Dr. transplant surgeon Asim Shahmalak claimed in 2019 that the thinning hair on the royal crown had increased dramatically as the Duke of Sussex juggled royal duties and paternity.
He also believes that Harry could have come under pressure from wife Meghan to treat his hair loss.
He said, “She was a Hollywood actress in her previous career, so she knows the value of looking good.”
“Many of my customers come from subtle pressure from their partners who prefer not to go out with a bald man.”
The bald spot of Harry is also visible on this photo of the wedding of the duke and duchess, which they shared as a Christmas card after their May wedding
Harry, pictured here in 2005, previously had a full head of ginger hair. His baldness is said to have accelerated since he became a father and husband
Is this how Prince Harry will look at 50? Famous surgeon Dr. Shahmalak produced this image of how the royal person could look like 50 if his current hair loss continues
Dr. Shahmalak, whose clients include Calum Best and Dr. Christian Jessen produced an image of how Harry will look at 50 if his current rate of hair loss persists.
He said: “Harry’s baldness was slower to ascend, but now he is catching up with his brother, especially in the crown. His bald spot has doubled in size in the last two years and unfortunately his baldness is increasing rapidly.
“He loses his hair at the same pace that Prince William lost in his 20s. The baldness gene in the Windsor family is extremely aggressive.
Prince William (photo in January 2018) started balding in his twenties and shaved his head famously in an attempt to combat his hair loss
Prince William and Harry both share the “baldness gene” that could cause the kings to choose certain hairstyles
Baldness is in the family: Prince Philip is also bald, while Prince Harry’s uncle, Prince Andrew, also struggled with hair loss
“It started with Prince Philip and has now been passed on to Prince Charles and to his sons Prince William and Prince Harry. Let’s hope baby Archie doesn’t get it either!
“About 30 percent of men have experienced some form of hair loss at Harry’s age – so his case is not unusual, especially if you have a baldness gene in the family.”
Although Prince Charles is still hanging on his hair, Harry’s brother Prince William has long been fighting baldness and began to lose his hair in his twenties.
The royal shaving dog famously made its head in January last year to hide the worst impact of the hair loss.