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Duchess Kate reportedly helps Prince William to accept his new hairstyle

Edduin Carvajal
Apr 23, 2018
05:22 P.M.
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There is a moment that nobody likes, but everybody knows it will come someday. Prince William and his wife, Duchess Kate, know it firsthand.

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Sadly for the couple, that moment has come to their lives already and they have accepted and embraced it: the natural course of balding. One of the most shocking aspects of it is that things were completely different when he was younger.

As All Cute All the Time reported, William’s head was filled with golden locks when he was in his mid-20s. Now that he is only 35 years old, his balding is getting more and more visible.

In his late-20s, it was clear for many that he would lose much of his hair sooner rather than later, but he didn’t accept it as he kept combing and styling it just as if things hadn’t changed.

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The truth is that it cannot be hidden anymore and, for a man as popular as William, having a balding that young is not a good sign. He has learned to keep up his sense of humor about it, though.

Kate helps him in that aspect, as well. The source reported that the couple was seeing some alpacas in 2014 and she said that he should put one of them on his head to cover his balding.

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Now that there is no way back, he has accepted the fact that his hair stopped growing in the middle area of his head and decided to buzz it for the first time in history.

The first time the world saw him with his head almost completely shaved was on January 18, 2018. He showed up in the Step Into Health event with his new hairdo, something that surprised everyone.

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It seems to be a problem that the entire family has (and will) experience as William’s brother, Prince Harry, who is 33 years old, has also starting to see the effects of hair-loss issues.

According to Express, a consultant plastic surgeon from the Skin and Follicle Clinic in Birmingham, Ken Kok, analyzed Prince Harry’s hairline and learned that it is a genetic problem, a trait shared by his brother and father.

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