Rob Lowe pokes fun at the & # 39; traumatic & # 39; Prince William's hair loss

& # 39; The future king of your country has lost his hair! & # 39; Actor Rob Lowe says that British men have a & # 39; low bar & # 39; for vanity and having fun with Prince William & # 39; s & # 39; traumatic & # 39; hair loss

  • Rob Lowe, 55, calls Prince William for his hair loss
  • & # 39; Frankly, one of the great traumatic experiences of my life was watching Prince William lose his hair. He becomes the damned king of England! & # 39; he said
  • When asked if he thought himself less or more vain than British men, Lowe said, & # 39; British men set a low bar & # 39; – referring to the lost locks of the Duke of Cambridge
  • In his younger years, Prince William was known for his lush hair and looks good
  • When he was 27, his hair became irregular and thin in 2009
  • Lowe plays the lead role in a British TV comedy show this summer with the title Wild Bill
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Rob Lowe pricks Prince William for his hair loss and calls the dramatic transformation of his once enviable mane & # 39; a traumatic experience & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Can we talk about William? The future king of your country has let himself lose his hair! & # 39; the 55-year-old actor was joking.

& # 39; Frankly, one of the great traumatic experiences of my life was watching Prince William lose his hair. He becomes the damned king of England! & # 39; he exclaimed in an interview with the Daily Telegraph.

Rob Lowe, 55, believes that British men have a low bar for vanity and Prince William's hair loss is a good example of this.

When asked if he thought himself less or more vain than British men, Lowe said, & # 39; British men set a low bar & # 39; - referring to the lost locks of the Duke of Cambridge
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When asked if he thought himself less or more vain than British men, Lowe said, & # 39; British men set a low bar & # 39; - referring to the lost locks of the Duke of Cambridge

Rob Lowe, 55, believes that British men have a & # 39; low bar & # 39; for vanity, and Prince William's hair loss is a good example of that. The Duke of Cambridge depicted in May 2019

Glorious Days: & Frankly, one of the great traumatic experiences of my life was watching Prince William lose his hair. He becomes the damned king of England! & # 39; Lowe said. The smiling prince pictured above in 2005 with a full head of hair

Glorious Days: & Frankly, one of the great traumatic experiences of my life was watching Prince William lose his hair. He becomes the damned king of England! & # 39; Lowe said. The smiling prince pictured above in 2005 with a full head of hair

Glorious Days: & Frankly, one of the great traumatic experiences of my life was watching Prince William lose his hair. He becomes the damned king of England! & # 39; Lowe said. The smiling prince pictured above in 2005 with a full head of hair

When asked if he considered himself less or more vain than British men, Loew said, & # 39; British men set a low bar & # 39; while reflecting on his last role in the ITV drama Wild Bill, where he played a An American cop playing checking out the English Lincolnshire.

Then he went to the Duke of Cambridge.

& # 39; And there is a pill! The first glare that one hair of mine would fall out, I let that stuff stick in my veins. And that is what I have done over the next 30 years, & Loew said, referring to his personal effort to keep his healthy mane.

Lowe urged the prince to take a pill to tackle his hair loss that saw his hair becoming thin and wispy in 2006 at the age of 24
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Lowe urged the prince to take a pill to tackle his hair loss that saw his hair becoming thin and wispy in 2006 at the age of 24

By 2009, at the age of 24, Prince William's head was getting bald

By 2009, at the age of 24, Prince William's head was getting bald

The Beginning: Lowe urged the prince to take a pill to tackle his hair loss, seeing his hair turn thin and fickle in 2006 (left) at the age of 24 and deteriorating at the age of 27 by 2009 (right )

The Prince's bald spot became more pronounced by 2010

The Prince's bald spot became more pronounced by 2010

In 2018, Prince William bit the bullet and shaved his head

In 2018, Prince William bit the bullet and shaved his head

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Go bald: by 2010 (left) the bald spot of the Prince became more pronounced and by 2018 (right) he embraced a shaved head look

Today, the Prince's baldness is much more pronounced, but he seems to be untouched and undisturbed to pursue a solution for hair growth. Pictured above on April 26, 2019

Today, the Prince's baldness is much more pronounced, but he seems to be untouched and undisturbed to pursue a solution for hair growth. Pictured above on April 26, 2019

Today, the Prince's baldness is much more pronounced, but he seems to be untouched and undisturbed to pursue a solution for hair growth. Pictured above on April 26, 2019

In his younger years, William was known for his lush hair and charming beautiful appearance.

But with age his long strands have disappeared and his hairline has withdrawn. His hair began to grind around 2009 and 2010, around the same time that he and Kate Middleton became engaged.

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In 2016 the top of his hair was gone and in 2018 he rocked with a bold shaved head.

Despite Lowe's criticisms, the Prince has always shown his baldness intact and did not seem to be pursuing a hair growth solution.

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