Everyone's saying the same thing about Prince Harry’s hair as new pic is revealed | The Sun

EVERYONE is saying the same thing about Prince Harry's hair after a new pic of him was revealed.

Harry, 36, sports thick, dark hair in a mugshot on the website of mental health firm BetterUp, where he works as Chief Impact Officer.

The snap recently appeared on the webpage describing Harry's job for the US company.

Just days ago, Harry's hair looked much thinner and brightly ginger at a polo match in Singapore.

He took part in the 2023 Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup alongside his Argentinian friend Nacho Figueras.

Harry dressed for the match in an £89 Hugo Boss shirt and £189 brown trainers from Vince.

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In his memoir Spare, Harry pokes fun at his brother William's hair loss – branding it "alarming" and "more advanced than mine".

There is no suggestion that Harry edited the BetterUp mugshot himself.

BetterUp has been contacted for comment.

It comes after Harry made an emotional statement about "family" in the trailer for his first Netflix series without Meghan Markle.

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The Duke of Sussex's new documentary Heart of Invictus will be available on the streaming service from August 30.

It covers the injured and ill military veterans who take part in Harry's Paralympic-style Invictus Games.

The trailer for the show starts with a speech Harry gave at the opening ceremony of the contest in the Netherlands last year.

He said: "If your goal was to make your country proud, you've done it.

"If your goal was to make your family happy, you've achieved it.

"You are people of substance, of resilience, of strength – you have the heart of Invictus."

The show is airing almost three years after Harry and Meghan signed a multi-million deal with Netflix thought to be worth £88million.

Their biggest hit to date has been a documentary slamming their treatment by the Royal Family.

Harry's new series appears to not feature Meghan, with whom he has collaborated on past Netflix projects.

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