The Duke, and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex, have released three episodes of the controversial series “Harry & Meghan” while another volume is slated to release soon. In this exclusive docuseries, the royal couple talks about the courtship, their exit from royal life, and their complex journey.
However, Prince Harry’s hair in the Netflix documentary series has created a massive buzz on social media as fans claim that Harry has gone “fully bald.” One fan even tweeted, “Seeing from this documentary that Prince Harry (age 38) is getting the trademark family bald patch,” and also added, “For comedy reasons, it’s sad to discover he is legitimate, but it’s quite comforting to know one of the family can be normal.”
Another user said: "H is looking very bald, and it looks like some of what's left is trying to escape." Several royal fans even replied with harsh comparisons to Pennywise the clown from Stephen King’s IT.
Some of the royal family fans and viewers, however, claim that the bald patch on Prince Harry’s royal head proves that his head may not be royal after all.
Social media has also been buzzing with claims that Harry is James Hewitt’s son and that King Charles III is not his birth father. James Hewitt, the former British Army officer, was Harry’s mother, Princess Diana’s, lover as the deceased Princess herself has confirmed in her infamous interview with Panorama.
"Prince Harry is allowing Meghan Markle to trash the Royal Family because, in my opinion... King Charles isn’t his Dad. Diana’s lover James Hewitt is... So he doesn’t care..." one post read, reported Daily Star.
However, Doctor Asim Shahmalak, a consultant hair transplant surgeon at Crown Clinic, warned of the "Windsor baldness gene," adding that "Prince Harry has just been unlucky" - "that gene has 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 himself recently poked fun at his thinning hairline at the fifth Invictus Games in The Hague, Netherlands, People reported.
The first three episodes of "Harry & Meghan" recorded 81.55 million viewing hours after its debut last Thursday, Netflix said in a statement. More than 28 million households watched at least part of the series.
"Harry & Meghan" was the second-most watched English-language series on Netflix globally between Dec. 5 and 11, behind only the Addams Family drama "Wednesday." "Harry & Meghan" was the number one English-language series during the week in Britain.
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