According to a report from Sunday Express, which People magazine covered, Middleton had an unbelievable suggestion for what to do with the hair her stylist, Joey Wheeler, chopped off: donate it to charity.
According to the Daily Express, The Duchess of Cambridge's hairdresser trimmed more than seven inches from her barnet back in October, and an aide picked up the hair before sending it to the Little Princess Trust. She reportedly sent in the hair under a different name, so the charity had no idea it came from the Duchess of Cambridge until now. "She mentioned it to Joey, who thought it was a brilliant idea".
Kate, 36, has proved yet again how sweet and generous she is.
"It's lovely to think that somebody, somewhere - probably more than one person - has received a wig containing Princess Kate's hair", Helen Creese, the spokesperson, told People. "It's a very heartwarming thing for Kate to have done, and very thoughtful to use hair that would have otherwise just been thrown away".
The mom-of-two is known for her ideal strands. Daniel Galvin Jr. suggests dumping your head over and brush from the ends to the roots rather than brushing from the front to help minimize breakage. And ahead of the tour, Kate's hairdresser has shared a picture - which has been tweeted by Duchess Kate Blog - of the royal's beauty bag, filled with several hair tools and products. "It really is her crowning glory and it's because she looks after it".