There’s no denying that Prince William is one handsome guy especially with [hair). In recent years, the genetically blessed royal has embraced his thinning hair. However, some have forgotten what Will, 35, once looked like with a head full of luscious locks.
Prince William in 1991. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Let’s take a trip down memory lane and revisit William’s mane in all its youthful glory. At nine years old, William attended the 1991 "Joy to the World" charity concert alongside his late mom, Princess Diana, and younger brother, Prince Harry. At the time, the adorable elementary school student rocked full, flaxen-colored tresses.
Prince William in 1998. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Despite his questionable middle-part (we’ll forgive him because it was the '90s), a 16-year-old William looked like a missing Backstreet Boys member when he put his thick mop top on display while exiting London’s Clarence House in 1998.
Prince William in 2001. (Photo Credit: Getty)
Just three years later, William had blossomed into a handsome young man and basically looked like a GQ model. The 19-year-old looked particularly dapper during a royal engagement in Scotland in September 2001.
Prince William in 2008. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The dad-of-two — who shares Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2, with wife, Kate Middleton, — held onto his fuller follicles for nearly a decade longer. It wasn’t until 2008 that William was spotted sporting noticeably thinner strands. That Christmas, William grew out his beard (a look we also like), but did have less hair on top of his head.
Prince William in July 2017. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
His balding was also evident at his 2011 wedding to Kate, but that didn’t take away from his good looks. Last year, William rocked the hair he has left with style and grace.
Prince William in January 2018. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
In early January, William stepped out with a freshly-shaved head — and honestly, we're loving his new buzzcut. We think he looks regal and refined with a clean-cut ‘do fit for a king-to-be.
This article originally appeared on our sister site, Closer Weekly.