Did Prince Harry have a hair transplant?
Prince Harry’s latest appearance in new TV interviews has been the talk of the town as some eagle-eyed fans noticed the duke’s hair looks thicker.
The Duke of Sussex appeared with fuller hair in a recent interview, leading the public to wonder if William’s younger brother had had a hair transplant, with one fan seeming certain Meghan’s husband had the procedure: Prince Harry has definitely had a hair transplant.”
It comes after the 38-year-old wrote about his brother Prince William’s hair loss in Spare, commenting that his brother’s baldness was “alarming” and more advanced than his own.
“Prince Harry’s hair looks fuller and thicker than before,” hair specialist and Sky Clinic founder Jay Dharamshi told Hello!.
“It could be because he had a surgical hair transplant or he could have had a non-surgical hair restoration treatment. In my opinion, Harry probably underwent a non-surgical treatment, which made his more restored and voluminous hair.
“He could have PRP hair restoration treatment or hair restoration mesotherapy which involves micro-injections of active ingredients into the mesoderm. These are very effective treatments for slowing down hair loss and increasing hair volume.”
Jay continued that male pattern hair loss is a common type of baldness and is caused by a combination of hormonal and hereditary factors.
“It usually starts with thinning hair on the hairline and on the top and front of the head. Androgenic alopecia runs in families,” he continued.
On why Prince William lost his hair faster than Harry, Jay explained: “Even though siblings are born with the same genetics, we all come with unique DNA, which means that all siblings and sisters will not necessarily be affected by hair loss.
“Baldness genes can often skip a generation, or you can be a carrier without showing any signs of baldness, so yes, it’s very common for one sibling to lose hair while another doesn’t.”
Some Prince Harry fans and friends believe the Duke had a hair transplant to enhance his look.