Prince William's Hair Loss: Through The Years of William's Hair

Prince William hair loss

Why did Prince William lose his hair so quickly?

Since a young age, Prince William has suffered with androgenic alopecia, or more commonly known as male pattern baldness. Around 65 percent of men experience some stage of male pattern baldness by the age of 40, and the condition worsens with age. 

Many people, particularly men, seem intent on wanting to know why the future king lost his hair so quickly, and well before the age of 40. So, let's take a look through the years of William's hair, and the progression of his hair loss...

Prince William young with hair

A young Prince William, sporting long, luscious blonde locks, didn't show any clear signs of hair loss. Early signs of baldness is usually easy to spot, but in his case, it looked as if he'd enjoy lots of thick hair throughout his 20s.

Prince William thinning hair

As William went into his twenties, the early signs of thinning hair was evident. There was already less density in his hair, and his hairline was creeping up his forehead. The progression of hair loss from William's late teens to his early 20s was an indication that he would likely lose most of his hair by the age of 30.


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Prince William beard

By the age of 30, William had lost a huge amount of his hair, with diffuse thinning, and clear hairline recession. A bald patch at the crown region was now visible, and the rate and speed of the thinning continued to worsen. Still, the beard looked pretty good. 

William hairline

As William went into his 30s, around 90 percent of his hair fell victim to male pattern baldness. William was experiencing aggressive thinning, and the rate of hair fall was rapidly increasing. It was now only a matter of time until he'd lose the lot.

Prince William now

Fast forward a few years, and the Prince of Wales has lost all of his locks.  Within a 20 year period, William went from bushy haired, to bald. His thinning started in his early 20s, and then became progressively aggressive as he got older.

Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence in many men, and although there is no cure for hair loss, there are some treatments on the market than can help reduce hair fall and support the function of healthy hair growth.  The key is to tackle hair loss as soon as possible, because the sooner you act, the more hair you will keep.

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