Prince William has gone and done what many a follicly challenged man his age will eventually resign themselves to doing: He's shaved his head.
The 35-year-old duke, whose brother, Prince Harry, once joked that he has been losing his hair since the age of 12, has long resisted the full buzz cut, but during a visit to Evelina London Children's Hospital on Thursday, it appeared he had finally taken the plunge.
William used the services of the Richard Ward salon in Chelsea – where his wife Kate is known to be a regular – paying £180 for a home visit to Kensington Palace from Ward's deputy Joey Wheeler, according to the Sun.
A spokesperson for Richard Ward declined to comment on individual clients. The salon's website lists a men's cut and finish as costing between £45 and £125.