After a weird accident when he was 13, Prince William compares his scar to that of a famous wizard.


After a weird accident when he was 13, Prince William compares his scar to that of a famous wizard.

PRINCE WILLIAM has a strange scar on his forehead that he compares to that of a renowned magical Brit.

Despite the fact that the Duke of Cambridge is a muggle, he has a “Harry Potter” scar on his forehead from a golfing accident.

When he was 13, the king received a tiny scar while playing golf with a friend, and he began to compare the scar to the renowned fictional wizard.

In a 2009 interview with CBBC’s Newsround, he explained, “I call it [my Harry Potter scar]because it shines occasionally and some people notice it—other times they don’t notice it at all.”

“I was playing golf with a friend when I was hit by a golf club.

“We were on the putting green when all of a sudden a seven-iron appeared out of nowhere and struck me in the head.”

The scar on the Prince’s left side of his forehead can be seen on occasion.

Prince William, on the other hand, isn’t the only royal with a visible scar.

Princess Eugenie startled royal admirers when she chose to wear a bridal gown that revealed her back scar on her wedding day in 2018.

When she was 12, the Princess had extensive back surgery to correct a curvature of the spine, and six years later she decided to be open about her condition.

She expressed her hope that the decision will encourage others with scoliosis.

Prior to her wedding, the Queen’s granddaughter spoke to ITV about her gown choice.

“I had an operation on my back when I was 12,” she explained. “You’ll see on Friday, but it’s a great way to honor the people who cared after me and to stand up for young people who also go through this.”

About International Scoliosis Awareness Day, she commented on the condition on Instagram.

“I believe you can change the way beauty is perceived by showing people your scars, and I believe it is quite courageous to do so,” the queen wrote.

Last October, Eugenie was designated the new patron of the Scoliosis Association UK.


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