The royal spare is showing same signs as father and brother
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/04/2013 -- Prince Harry is showing signs of balding at age 28, which apparently is important to a great many people. Some say we all eventually turn out to follow the look much as our parents do; however, there are certainly particular traits most people would wish to avoid, if given the choice. At 28 years of age, the royal hair is now showing signs of thinning hair, not unlike his father and his brother.
Pictures of Prince Harry during his trip to Kananelo Centre for the deaf in Senebale in Lesotha, Harry was showing some scalp through his famous red hair. It was the first noticeable sign of male-pattern baldness, according to a leading expert on hair loss, Asim Shahmalak.
Prince William began showing signs of the hair loss in his early 20s, but the true steps toward balding were first noticed at age 25. Hair transplant Surgeon Dr. Shahmalak stated that the pictures show a clear sign of hair loss, and that Harry is thinning around the crown area.
“Around a quarter of men start going bald before the age of 30, so this is hardly a big surprise especially when it runs in the family as it does for the Windsors.”
“If Harry's hair loss progresses in the normal way, I would expect him to have a significant bald patch around his crown by the time he is 40. It will be worse if it also spreads to his hairline as it has with his brother.” he said.
“Hair loss can have a devastating impact on a young men like Harry. It can shatter their confidence and lead to significant loss of self esteem.” Still, one must wonder just how important self-esteem regarding insignificant hair loss is for a literal Prince. Still, charisma and esteem can be strange bests, and Harry may in fact have a negative reaction to the hair loss.
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