Prince Harry Returned to His Classic Hairstyle for His Latest Surprise Outing

Prince Harry is returning to his roots (pun fully intended).

Over the weekend, the Duke of Sussex, 37, attended the 2022 Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium alongside his cousin, Princess Eugenie. After the game, Mickey Guyton (who sang the National Anthem) posted a photo on Twitter of herself and Prince Harry, who has returned to his classic hairstyle.

Based on the photo, it seems Prince Harry is growing out his hair. The royal is sporting a noticeably longer cut (a Harry look we’re quite familiar with), which appears to be styled with pomade.

Earlier this month, Prince Harry rocked a shorter, fluffier hairstyle during a virtual appearance for BetterUp. At the time, his new look didn’t go unnoticed. But now that he’s sporting his classic longer ’do again, it seems the short style was only temporary.

Prince Harry’s Super Bowl sighting shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. Not only was the game a two-hour drive from his Montecito home, but he’s also a long-time sports fan. According to body language expert Darren Stanton, the royal seemed “so much more relaxed” than previous outings.

“We saw Harry ditching formal dress for jeans and trainers,” Stanton told PureWow. “He’s sitting back in his chair and has one foot resting up on the wall in front of him with his legs positioned fairly apart—this softer and more relaxed posture shows he is more than happy to be sat back in the crowd and soaking up the spectacle that is the Super Bowl in the same manner as everyone else.”

Keep the public appearances coming, Harry.

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