• Prince Harry's hair looked thicker in a prerecorded video
  • The Duke of Sussex's baldness worsened last year
  • Twitter users have mixed opinions on Prince Harry's bald spot

Prince Harry showed off his new trimmed hair in a recorded video for this year's Trailwalker Relay participants, and Twitter users have mixed opinions about it.

Trailwalker UK released a new video that aims to inspire those who are joining the Trailwalker Relay on Instagram. The event was organized to raise money to help end poverty around the world in support of Oxfam and The Gurkha Welfare Trust.

In the video, Meghan Markle's husband sported a noticeably shorter hair that complemented his growing beard perfectly. The duke's new haircut might be his sleekest look to date, Us Weekly said. Meanwhile, some also noticed that the duke's hair appeared thicker in the clip.

"Prince Harry's Hair is GROWING, AND I just know!!! I #PrinceHarry," one wrote on Twitter.

However, some joked about Prince Harry's hair.

"It all fun and games till he turns around or bows his head. Still love him tho," one commented with a laughing emoji, referring to Prince Harry's bald spot at the back of his head.

"Wait till you see the back. @PaigeMASTERS5 don’t come for me," another added.

One doubted that Prince Harry's hair is growing. However, the netizen is supportive no matter what Prince Harry does to his mane.

"I doubt it, but nothing wrong if he wants to make some hair upgrades, he is sexy either way," @luka_rasa wrote.

Others agreed and one even said that maybe Prince Harry was losing his hair when he was still in the U.K. due to stress. Another said it was hereditary. A different user said that it could be "hereditary plus stress.”

Last year, many noticed that Prince Harry's baldness got worse. According to Dr. Asim Shahmalak, fatherhood hadn't been kind to the duke's hair because there was a visible acceleration in his male pattern baldness at the time. He also said that stress was another factor that could be accelerating the royal's baldness.

In September 2019, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Cape Town in South Africa. Prince Harry's back was photographed and his growing bald spot quickly worried many of his fans.

“Can someone explain to me why Prince Harry and Prince William refuse to do anything about their bald spots?? They’ve got literally all the possible resources at their fingertips, I don't get it,” a royal follower commented on Twitter.

“Even bald men need representation,” another user jokingly replied.

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NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 06: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex speaks with Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton as he officially opens The Silverstone Experience at Silverstone on March 6, 2020 in Northampton, England. (Photo by Peter Nicholls-WPA Pool/Getty Images) Photo by Peter Nicholls-WPA Pool/Getty Images