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According to MailOnline, Kate Middleton will be wearing her hair down when she says "I do" to Prince William on April 29. The bride-to-be's hairdresser Richard Ward revealed to celebrity stylist Sinead Kelly that Kate's hair will "100 percent be down and flowy."

There were rumors that the future princess was favoring a half-up, half-down style, similar to the look she sported on her visit to northwestern England earlier this week. But Ward says Ms. Middleton will go for a casual approach. "Every bride's hair on their wedding day should reflect their look throughout the year. Kate's such a natural girl, so no stuffy up-dos for her."

Mr. Pryce, a stylist at the Richard Ward salon, will be in charge on the big day, with help from an army of "dressers." Pryce, who is credited for Kate's shiny locks on the day of the royal couple's engagement announcement, caused a beauty frenzy among British gals. Sales of hair products jumped 27 percent, reported the Sun, as women tried to replicate her silky strands.

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  • Emily

    I'm sure however she wears her hair, she'll look beautiful. I wonder what she will talk about when she's getting her hair done? Found this interesting

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