Anne hasn’t changed her hairstyle in 53 years, sticking to the ‘brushed back’ look of her childhood.


Anne hasn’t changed her hairstyle in 53 years, sticking to the ‘brushed back’ look of her childhood.

PRINCESS ANNE is set to appear in a presentation honoring her father, Prince Philip, as well as a number of other high-profile members of the Royal Family, this evening.

Princess Anne, 71, appears in the BBC One documentary ‘Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers’ tonight at 9 p.m. with her characteristic beehive hairstyle to share personal memories and anecdotes about her late father. The show includes archive footage and home recordings of the royals as children, as well as sit-down interviews with members of the Royal Family. Prince Philip may be seen as a father in these home footage, taking his children fishing and enjoying their happy childhood.

In these home videos, Princess Anne’s hair is wavy and brilliant blonde, in stark contrast to her dark brunette, beehive look today.

Princess Anne’s hairstyle has remained consistent during her 53 years as a working royal, as it is unquestionably her favorite.

For almost five decades, the Princess Royal’s hair has been famously swept up in a beehive style, and the beautiful bouffant has become legendary.

In her earlier years, she was a major fan of the classic 1960s and 1970s beehive style, and the 71-year-old is now sporting it whenever she is doing royal duties, which includes tonight’s show.

The founder of Marla Hair, Jessica Patching, spoke exclusively to This website about Anne’s classic haircut.

“Throughout her whole royal working life, Princess Anne has always worn her hair in a classic 1920s style,” Jessica added.

“Every style she’s worn, from French pleats to twisted updos, has had a lot of volume from the roots and was usually pushed back from her face.

“She has worn each style in such a lovely and graceful manner.”

Princess Anne’s hairdresser, Denise McAdam, who has worked as a hairdresser for the Royal Family for over 30 years, claimed the look appeared sophisticated but was actually quite simple to produce.

“It was a simple up-do, so I just used to go in, close my eyes, and make it as quickly as possible,” Denise told Now To Love Magazine.

She also added that Princess Anne’s legendary steely demeanor isn’t just in her head, revealing that she was rather scary even when getting her hair done in the mornings.

Denise told the, “Princess Anne was the scary one, especially when I was small.” “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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