Prince Harry Shocks Fans With ‘American’ Haircut

Prince Harry, who has 'urged Spotify to act' on Joe Rogan's podcast, is now being mocked by Brits over his new 'American' style haircut. 
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Prince Harry, who has ‘urged Spotify to act’ on Joe Rogan’s podcast, shocked fans with his ‘American’ style haircut. 

The Duke of Sussex debuted his new look when speaking at a virtual summit for the mental health startup BetterUp

Although he was having a serious discussion about ‘mental fitness,’ many viewers were distracted by his ‘Californian hairdo’ and took to social media to say so.

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One person tweeted: “No more the scrawny lad with unkempt hair and ill-fitting clothes! Look at him.” 

“Prince Harry looking fine,” remarked another. “Wow, does California look good on him or what?”

A third mused: “Prince Harry has been doing some outer work too because he’s looking hella fit.”

However, other fan’s weren’t as complimentary of his new style, with one writing: “Prince Harry’s hair [is] truly hanging on by a thread at this point. I can’t believe the bad genes got to him.”

Another added: “I love Prince Harry so much but can we talk about possibly letting the hair go and shaving it off?

“He has the perfect head shape to be bald. Meghan Markle, while he’s sleeping just do what needs to be done.”

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Prince Harry debuted his new hair when speaking at a virtual mental health summit. Credit: @betterup/Twitter

During the conversation, which also featured Serena Williams, the Duke urged employers to put mechanisms in place to support their employee’s mental health.

He said: “From an employer perspective, you can’t expect your people to put in the work on themselves when you’re not giving them the time to do that.

“Life is about learning right? If you’re in your 20s, your 30s, your 40s, and even your 50s and you think you’ve got it sorted then bad stuff is going to happen.

“But when bad things happen I think, ‘There’s a lesson here, I’m being schooled by the universe, there is something for me to learn’.

“Next time it happens, I’m going to be more resilient and can see a way around it to achieve the ultimate goal.” 

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Written by Aimee Walker

Aimee is a senior content editor at IGV who specialises in finding the best original stories, trending topics and entertainment news. She graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Media and Communications.