The paucity of anything is bad. If it is related to a human being, it is more than a serious matter. What troubled the coin designers in England was Prince William’s partial baldness. The royal mint designers were not able to adjust the paucity of hair in the design. The design of a very special commemorative coin by the Royal Mint of Great Britain has left its chiefs in perplexity. The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William’s hairless head forbids the coin designers to draw the exact drawing floating in their experienced minds. So long as they do not find the exact look in the design, they will not proceed with their plan of designing the coin. They discussed the typical matter in their meetings, but the first basic hurdle does not leave them behind.
It is obviously an important point where their anxiety sets in. They were supposed to be not cursing their fate for the loss of hair on the princely head. They certainly would have poured dissatisfaction over this traditional imperfection but there was no crying out of grief. The Royal Windsor family has a long tradition of scant hairs on the male princes’ boney heads. Thick hairs on the head to cover the skull is a natural gift to man. The medical science has studied broadly about the technique of planting extra hairs on the skinny head that helps provide protection to the tender part. The doctors have definitely devised various methods to compensate for the paucity of hair. Some like it while others abhor it outrightly.
However, the Royal Advisory Committee entrusted with the task of designing a commemorative coin on four generations of the Windsor family were yet to reach a final conclusion. One thing that they have decided was exactly that Prince William should be given a few more hair as this will serve the purpose of showing ample hair on the coin’s perfect design. The Advisory Committee was well aware of the past day’s flaws that were tackled in drawing of the design. One suggestion was that the Prince’s closely cropped locks should be tested. He had once joked with his hairstylist that he was not giving the hairstylist enough business due to fewer hair on his head.
As news report said: although Prince William has earned praise for maintaining the Windsor family’s long tradition of male pattern baldness, yet his baldness has caused anxious feelings in the Royal Mint chiefs’ minds, who wanted to see the design of the coin. Continuous hair loss of Prince was discussed among the advisory panel members, but they seem to have not come to a conclusive opinion. The British media are supposed to be giving sufficient attention to him in this matter. After all, the matter is straightly connected with the coin’s design where Prince’s scant hair stand in the way.