She’s one of the most photographed women in the world, so it’s no wonder that Kate’s hair draws in great amounts of attention.
Kensington Palace have announced that the Duchess has given birth to a baby boy and the world is waiting impatiently to see the new royal arrival. And, one of the first in line to see the new baby could be Amanda Cook Tucker – Kate’s preferred hairstylist.
It’s reported that she’s been by Kate’s side since 2012 and has styled her hair on many royal engagements – from the Diamond Jubilee tour of Southeast Asia, to the steps outside the Lindo Wing after the birth of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
With Kate’s stylist, Natasha Archer, already spotted leaving the hospital, we’re wondering if Amanda is already in there getting prepped to style the Duchess’s hair into the polished, bouncy waves that Kate usually opts for, or, into something a little more relaxed and casual.
Looking back at her hair after giving birth to George, Kate had tonged curled ends and volume at the roots. Two years on, after little Charlotte was born, the Duchess sported a sleeker blow-dry with shorter and glossier lengths.
So, will Kate favour polished curls or more beachy waves this time, we wonder?
Whatever style it is, it seems Amanda is ready for any request. Earlier this year, the hairstylist shared a snap on her Instagram, showing a huge line-up of tools and products that were supposedly used to get Kate prepped for the royal tour of Sweden and Norway in January.
That kit included three different styles of curling tongs, hair sprays, combs and a mousse. So it seems that Amanda is ready for any hair emergency that today might bring.
She has actually worked for the royal family for a number of years, having been Princes William and Harry’s hairdresser since they were kids.
Amanda’s ex husband Neville Tucker also owned a Knightsbridge hair salon, which held the Royal Warrant from 1980 to 1994.
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