Prince Harry unrecognizable: this change of look that surprised one of his famous neighbors

Prince Harry has he made a change of look since leaving the royal family? Guest on a James Corden show, actor Rob Lowe claimed to have seen the Duke of Sussex with his hair … tied in a ponytail.

Prince Harry’s hair has not finished talking. A time suspected of having resorted to hair implants, Meghan Markle’s husband would have radically changed his look since his departure from the royal family. On Monday January 11, actor Rob Lowe was James Corden’s guest on the show The late late show. The opportunity for him to swing on the Duke of Sussex, who is none other than his neighbor. « He lives about 1.5 km from my house. He is very reclusive. Seeing it in the neighborhood is like seeing the Loch Ness Monster, but I finally saw it. I finally saw him behind the wheel of his car », Said the headliner of the series 9-1-1 : Lone Star.

Prince Harry seen with a new hairstyle

According to Rob Lowe, Prince Harry would have let his hair grow to the point of having to tie it. ” He looked like he was wearing a ponytail. It seemed to me, as a casual observer, that her hair had grown very long and was pulled back very tightly in what I can assume is a ponytail. », Affirmed the American actor, who did not hesitate to follow the father of little Archie to make sure that it was indeed him. ” It was him, because I have to say it, I followed him home to see if the car would fit. »

This is not the first time that Rob Lowe evokes the hair of a member of the British royal family during an interview. Asked by The Telegraph in 2019, the TV star tackled Prince William about his baldness. « He is still the future king of your country and he did nothing against his hair loss, he had blurted out. It was one of the most traumatic experiences of my life to watch Prince William lose his hair. ”

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