Prince William: Hair Plugs?

Should Prince William get hair plugs? Jennifer Aniston weighs in on this royally follicular matter of national importance.

Prince William

It's no secret that Prince William has an issue with his hair -- as in his bald spot has been steadily growing for the last five years, at least. Some men with his hefty bank account would run to their nearest hair transplant clinic. What should Wills do?

To find out, British radio reporter (and George Clooney ex) Lisa Snowdon went to the world's leading hair expert: Jennifer Aniston, of course!

Aniston, whose hairstyles have been followed more closely than any major news story in the last two decades, says Prince William should just leave it alone.

"I think he should just let whatever's happening happen. Don't you?" Aniston said. "Well, now if we see him with a hair transplant, we're going to be like, 'Oh, he had a hair transplant.'"

"I think there's nothing wrong with it, like Ed Harris, come on. Gorgeous."

This hairy situation hasn't seemed to hurt Wills in the romance department: He and his lovely new bride Kate Middleton are settling into married life quite nicely together and recently nabbed their first royal residence.

Image courtesy Josiah True/WENN.com

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Comments on "Jennifer Aniston gives Prince William some hair tips"

kaney August 13, 2011 | 7:15 AM

I strongly agree that Prince William should let his hair be bald, spot and all. Being who he is he would certainly get some backlash from Britons for getting hair transplants perceived to be on the country's money. I'm sure the HRH hairline may bother him but not enough that he would be so vane as to cosmetically change things. Like his late mother William is a natural and he has a beautiful life with or without augmenting anything!!!!

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