Prince Harry's hair loss has accelerated since he moved to the United States with his wife Meghan last year, according to a leading UK cosmetic surgeon.
Dr Asim Shahmalak at Crown Clinic in Manchester claims that the Duke of Sussex has begun to lose more hair since he started living in California with Meghan Markle and their two children.
However, the good news for Harry is his balding is slower than Prince William's and he is ten years behind his older brother when it comes to hair loss.
Dr Shahmalak said: "Harry is 36 and at the same stage of hair loss as William was when he was 26. The baldness gene is not as strong in Harry but he is still losing his hair quickly.
"At present most of Harry's hair loss is around the crown area He has a growing bald patch right across his crown and you can also see that his hair is also thinning out towards the front."
Prince Harry visited the Sheffield Children's Hospital and during a cuddle with the ward's teddy mascot his thinning locks were clearly visible.
Just after the birth of Archie, Harry’s bald patch was on show at the launch of the Invictus Games countdown in Holland, and had extended greatly down the back of his scalp.
The Harley Street consultant told Fabulous Digital that fatherhood and the recent stress of feuding with the Royal family could be a factor – but his genetics played a stronger role.
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"A much more significant factor, though, is the strong baldness gene running through the whole Windsor family," the expert explained.
"It started with Prince Philip and has now been passed down to Prince Charles and on to his sons Prince William and Prince Harry.
"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.
"Harry's baldness was slower to take off but now, aged 34, he is catching up his brother fast, particularly in the crown area."
But despite the Duke of Cambridge's early balding, he has crowned the World's Sexiest Slaphead in March this year.
The Duke of Cambridge has been drooled over as “sexy”, “hot” or “attractive” 17.6million times in blogs and other pages online, researchers found.
The 38-year-old had double that of boxing legend Mike Tyson, who came in second with 8.8million mentions. Movie action man Jason Statham was third with 7.4million admiring references.
A spokesman for the list said: “There are quite a few bald public figures we can feast our eyes on.”
Maybe there will be a spot on the list for Harry in the future.
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