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Why Prince William won’t treat his balding


Why Prince William won’t treat his balding


Prince William, like his younger brother Prince Harry, is balding, but he is not having a hair transplant.

Users on Quora expressed their opinions on Prince William’s hair loss and the likelihood of a hair transplant. Most  of them believe that Kate Middleton’s husband is doing the right thing, and they use the media as part of their justification.

Everything in the cosmetic surgery department is “fundamentally fake,” according to Gill Bullen, a British resident, which is why Prince William is not having a hair transplant. Furthermore, the papers would almost certainly make a huge deal out of it.

“People like Prince William, who have been in the public eye since childhood, tend to be fully aware that any such procedures would be instantly seized on by the press and the paparazzi, with innumerable ‘before and after’ shots to prove the point, and the last thing he wants is additional attention from the world’s press,” Bullen stated.

Todd Bartholomew agreed that once he received a transplant, the press would quickly seize on it and seek clarification on whether it was compensated for by taxpayer money and making a spectacle about his supposed vanity for having endured the surgery. “Then they would speculate on whether or not it had been successful and how long it would last.”

Bartholomew went on to say that the future king is a very visible part of the royal family, and that becoming bald isn’t an issue. According to the netizen, Middleton’s husband is still “very handsome.”


The stresses of married life and becoming a first-time parent have caught up with Prince Harry, who is now 35 years old. Many attribute his loss of fluff up there to the strains of married life and becoming a first-time father.

According to experts, if Harry does not solve this problem immediately, he will be as bald as his older brother, father, and grandfather in the next ten years.

In a piece for The Telegraph, Spencer Stevenson, an independent hair loss mentor, suggests that Harry is a bit late in aiming for it now. To have a hope of being regrown, hair loss must be caught early enough in the “miniaturising cycle.” ‘He needs to stop further loss, create a strong foundation and then look into a hair transplant if he wants to take some years off the clock,’ he says.

There are a variety of options, including a baldness concealer, which is said to be popular with celebrities. The term ‘Nanogen Keratin’ is also mentioned in a Telegraph. ‘These are essentially very small particles which magnetise to the hair shaft, and they work brilliantly when the right amount is used and they are applied correctly. You only need to sprinkle a little on, like dust, and it thickens up the hair shaft, which in turn increases the density. It gives the illusion that you’ve got more hair.’ It sounds fantastic.

The media questioned Crown Clinic’s specialist hair transplant surgeon Asim Shahmalak to forecast how Prince Harry’s hair loss would progress if he does nothing.

Dr. Shahmalak explained that although Harry’s baldness was slower to develop, he is now catching up to his brother in the crown area. In the past two years, his bald patch has grown in scale, and his baldness is progressing quickly.

“He is losing his hair at the same sort of rate that Prince William lost his in his 20s.

“The baldness gene in the Windsor family is extremely aggressive.

“It started with Prince Philip and has now been passed down to Prince Charles and on to his sons Prince William and Prince Harry. Let’s hope baby Archie doesn’t get it, too!

“William got it first and has the strongest baldness gene of all the royals – he was losing a lot of his hair in his early 20s.

“Around 30% of men have experienced some form of hair loss by Harry’s age – so his case is not unusual, particularly when you have a baldness gene running in the family.”

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