Celeb Hairstylist Joins Meghan Markle’s Glam Team

Last week was a busy one for Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, because they went to Dublin, Ireland along with 11 of their entourage members. One of them is famous as celebrity hairstylist, George Northwood. He is the envy of every Bondi hairdresser who wishes to be a part of the Duchess’ glam squad.

The 36 year old new royal has been styled by a number of stylists ever since she became a part of the royal family. For her wedding day two months ago, she wore a bun which was courtesy of Serge Normant. During the evening reception which was held at the Frogmore House, George North wood was the one who styled her hair.

The hairdresser is from Britain and he decided to keep Meghan’s bun during the reception while letting loose a few tendrils on the sides with a little wave. The do made the Duchess look more relaxed which suite her simple white dress made by Stella McCartney.

After the wedding, George might have made an impression on Meghan thus she decided to tag him along for their Dublin visit as a couple. The hairdresser is also known to touch up the hairs of a number of well-known celebrities such as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Alexa Chung. These celebs happened to be his good friends as well.

The addition of the Duchess of Sussex to his list is another achievement for his career. Aside from Meghan, Kate Middleton also likes the work done by the hairstylist.

The trip of the newlywed to Dublin is just one of a number of royal visits they have to make to all the member states of the European Union. Of course, Meghan should not leave without her glam team to make sure she is always picture perfect.

During their arrival at Dublin, she was sporting a green outfit made by Givenchy coupled with a new do that is different from the one she’s wearing a few hours earlier. George is surely adding his relaxed styles to the whole ensemble of the new royal. Everyone knows, especially the Bondi hairdresser, that his fees are not cheap because a haircut with blow dry can set one back between £75 and £225.