It seems as if there's at least one person in the world who's not a fan of Kate Middleton's flawless hair: her husband!
Prince William paid a private visit to Centrepoint, a homeless charity, on Wednesday Dec. 17, where he made a cute quip to an aspiring hairdresser that she should try styling his wife's "nightmare" locks.
"[The Duke of Cambridge] was asking us about Centrepoint – how we were doing with our courses and all that sort of stuff," said the young apprentice named Angel. "Then suddenly he asked whether I could help out with Kate's hair, because it's such a nightmare. I didn't think he was serious at first – I couldn't believe it," the 20-year-old told US Weekly.
Angel also said that Will bemoaned the fact that the pregnant Duchess' perfect tresses are "so long and thick, it's a bit of an issue." But despite his concerns, Angel revealed that she would love to get the chance to style Kate's hair ('cause who wouldn't??): "It would be amazing to do Kate's hair, because it's so flawless," she said.
"To me, her hair always looks perfect, like no effort goes into it at all—but it obviously must take time to make it look so good. I think any girl would love to do Kate's hair though," Angel added.
But William isn't the only person who isn't too impressed with Catherine's wavy locks. Scottish hairstylist Denise McAdam—who cut the hair of the Royal Family for more than three decades—told the Radio Times earlier this year that while she thinks Kate's hair is usually lovely, it is "maybe a little overdone at times."
While we don't have a problem with Duchess Kate's locks, any and all complaints should be sent to her personal hairstylist, Amanda Cook Tucker—who has been cutting William and Harry's hair since they were children.
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