PRINCE HARRY has been seen on his first joint appearance with Meghan Markle since the birth of their second child, Lilibet, in June but royal experts and stylists have noticed a change in the Prince’s appearance.
The Duke, 37, and Duchess, 40, of Sussex embarked on their first joint appearance as they toured New York in order to participate in the Global Citizen Live promoting Covid vaccines. The royal couple arrived in New York on Wednesday and the following day the pair paid a visit to the One World Observatory.
The royals then met government officials and paid their respects at the 9/11 memorial.
However, while out and about, experts have noticed an odd appearance change since the 37-year-old Prince was pictured for the recent Time cover he shared with his wife.
Harry is well known for his signature red locks, but celebrity hairstylist Tom Smith has said that the royal’s thinner hair could be due to the move from England to California.
“It seems to look like Prince Harry’s hair is fuller in the Time picture, and it would not surprise me if clever retouching skills helped play a part in defining his hairline and given him a fuller body of hair to match Meghan’s,” he told the Daily Mail.
On Saturday, the pair attended the Global Live Citizen event to help promote vaccines in the country
“As a natural redhead his hair will be far more susceptible to lightening in the sun.”
The hairstylist noted that while the Californian sunlight might make the prince’s hair seem lighter it also could make Harry’s hair appear even thinner.
Hair loss appears to run in the Royal family as Prince Philip suffered from androgenetic alopecia and lost hair on the top of his head.
Harry’s brother Prince William began losing his hair in his 20s.
The speculations about Harry’s locks were made after the Sussexes’ appearances in New York where the royals visited the United Nations to meet with the US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield to discuss racial justice, mental health awareness, and the pandemic.
On Saturday, the pair attended the Global Live Citizen event to help promote vaccines in the country.
“There is so much that we can do today, now that can get us closer to ending this pandemic and that’s why we’re all here,” Meghan said at the event.
The royal couple were not the only familiar faces at the star studded event with Jennifer Lopez, Billie Eilish and Coldplay performing during the 24-hour broadcast.
The New York performances were one of seven coordinated concerts around the world with events taking place in London, Los Angeles, New York City, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Seoul, Sydney and Lagos.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK