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Kate Middleton Hair: Camilla Parker-Bowles Urges Duchess to Go Shorter and Lighter

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Will Kate Middleton be pressured to chop her hair off? Anyone who is a royal watcher will not be too surprised by this question. Just last week news came out that Queen Elizabeth has urged her granddaughter-in-law to amp up her royal style. She was constructively criticized for not giving the appearance worthy of being a member in the British royal family. One week later she wore a breathtaking diamond necklace from the royal collection.

According to a source who is supposedly close with the situation, said the Duchess of Cambridge has gotten some “help” from her father-in-law’s wife, Camilla Parker-Bowles.

“Camilla has tried to help and advised her to go shorter and lighter,” the source told a British paper. “The royals always want to look smart and Kate is letting the side down. She has looked bedraggled recently and it’s not a good image.”

Kate’s hair is noticeably long and when she’s out on royal appearances, she seems to always be fussing with her long mane. As beautiful as her hair is, it’s in her way a lot and it’s gotten somewhat “boring” the way it just hangs around her face. Fans of Kate Middleton might disagree, but most royals with long hair tend to go for an updo style when they are representing the royal family at formal functions. If she steps up her game by wearing tiaras more since the Queen requested she do so, will she do more with her hair…or at least trim it just a little for manageability?


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