Prince Harry’s Hair Loss Sparks Speculation as Fans React to Picture

Prince Harry is seemingly losing more of his hair, if a recent picture is anything to go by. What could be driving it?

A picture posted on the Twitter account HarrysGreySuit on December 7, 2022, has prompted much speculation about Prince Harry’s accelerated hair loss. The comment section has been piling up. One user, @maryj1309, said: “Harry is completely bald… that’s all I can see.”

Follower klowe2121 wrote: “What is heck is going on with his hair?”

Another fan, @ennk08, is more sceptical: “It’s an obvious Photoshop; look at Harry’s hand, or what seems to be Harry’s and. The placement is upside down. “The thumb should be upwards but it’s downwards. Obviously a fake photo.”

Speculation about Prince Harry’s hair loss is nothing new. Doctor Asim Shahmalak, a consultant hair transplant surgeon at Crown Clinic, stated back in March 2020 that Prince Harry’s “bald patch has more than doubled in size”.

Speaking to the Crown Clinic, the hair loss expert said: “[Prince Harry’s] bald patch is most noticeable around the crown area but his hair is thinning fast towards the front of his hairline, too.”

Doctor Shahmalak warned of the “Windsor baldness gene”, adding that “Prince Harry has just been unlucky” – “that gene has really kicked in”.

Addressing a common myth, Doctor Shahmalak verified that baldness is not only passed down on the mother’s side.

“Harry has the baldness gene in both sides of his family,” said Doctor Shahmalak. “He was always at a high risk of suffering male pattern baldness.”

Prince Harry recently poked fun of his thinning hairline at the fifth Invictus Games in The Hague, Netherlands, People reported.

While sat alongside the athlete Bart van der Burg, who is bald, and another man who gestured he too is losing his hair, Harry quipped about his own hairline: “I’m doomed.”

Male Pattern Baldness

Doctor Gigi Taguri, who is part if the online clinical team at LloydsPharmacy, said: “Male pattern baldness is a genetic disorder.”

The hormone testosterone is converted into DHT (dihydrotestosterone), which has an “adverse effect on hair follicles”.

In the beginning, a receding hairline emerges, followed by thinning of the hair on the crown and temples; over time, hair production stops altogether.

Most men will experience male pattern baldness, to some degree, by the time they are in their 60s.

Some people, like Prince Harry, will experience male pattern baldness much earlier.



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