Harry’s beard sparks surgical procedure increase

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The Prince’s beard has divided the opinions of royal fans with many preferring his clean-shaven look, a typical look for the male members of the Royal Family. However, new research has shown that since the Queen’s funeral which was televised across the globe, there has been a 25 percent increase in the number of men asking about a cosmetic procedure to enhance their facial hair.

Prince Harry’s so-called “golden chin” has been claimed as the source of the rise in people researching beard transplant procedures.

However, David Beckham was also pictured many times in the run up to the Queen’s funeral after queueing for over 12 hours to see the Queen lying in state.

The former footballer is well-known for his style and good looks and of course, his beard which has become a staple for him.

The Wimpole Clinic, which is the nation’s biggest surgery provider, said that there was a 25 percent increase in queries for the surgical procedure in the last month since the funeral.

The CEO of the Wimpole Clinic Warren Vaheeswaran said: “Prince Harry looked spectacular in recent coverage – his facial hair capped a really handsome look; it seems that trendsetters have taken notice.

“Since his beard hit the front pages, we’ve been bombarded with enquiries for our popular beard transplants.”

The CEO continued: “We’ve had a 25 percent uptick in requests. It’s an easy procedure and the masculine look is now very much in vogue again. Harry is a great role model for young men.

“With prices going around £3,500, men feel it’s worth the money to look stylish in London.”

Research has shown that 50 percent of men find it difficult to naturally grow a full beard or sideburns to achieve their desired look.

Harry’s beard has long been an obsession of royal fans, especially after footage emerged from his visit to Australia in October 2018.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were on their Royal Tour down under and visited the town of Dubbo where an inquisitive five-year-old Luke Vincent was filmed stroking Harry’s beard.

The Principal of the Buningyong Public School told reporters: “He got a hug from Meghan and then Harry bent down to speak to him and Luke didn’t give him any choice!

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“Luke’s favourite person in the world is Santa Claus, who has a beard, so he rubbed Harry’s beard.”

In response to the viral video of the young boy touching Harry’s beard, a royal fan tweeted: “Can I rub Prince Harry’s beard please?”

Meanwhile @AvsRoyalSussex tweeted: “Is it just me or did Prince Harry seem to level up after meeting Meghan? His beard, teeth, hair, and happiness seemed to glow right up.”

Another said: “Prince Harry growing his beard out was the BEST decision he ever made.”

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