Prince William is getting real about fatherhood.
Prince William, 37, became a father five years ago when his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, delivered their first son, Prince George. Prince William proved to be a pretty natural father to his son, so fans and royal watchers were thrilled when Will and Kate welcomed their second child- their daughter, Princess Charlotte.
When Prince William became a father to a little girl, that’s when his journey into fatherhood took a turn from a natural course to a less conventional experience.
While chatting with a local resident of Blackpool and a member of the group Dads 4 Life, William and Kate laughed about the difficulties of doing their daughter’s hair.
Prince William then cheekily added, “Never try to do a ponytail!” William commiserated. “Nightmare.”
After confessing that ponytails were a nightmare, William added that he’s turned to YouTube for help in styling Princess Charlotte’s hair. Apparently, he and Kate have talked about different styles because Kate, too, admitted that braid’s were her weakness!
William then added that Princess Charlotte’s hair is all that’s got to practice on, and at only 3 years old, that’s not enough hair to become a hair master. He shared, “I can do Charlotte’s ponytail, but that’s about it as I don’t have enough hair to practice on!”
I guess there’s only one thing to do to help Prince William become better at hair… he and Kate need to have another little girl! Of course, there’s not talk of the couple having another baby, but we can hope that if they do, it’ll be another sweet princess. For William’s sake, right?!