Meghan Markle’s hairdresser raves about her ‘effortless looks’

Meghan Markle’s former hairdresser has revealed how the Duchess of Sussex is ‘very detail orientated’ and that her ‘effortless’ looks are often ‘very well thought out’.   

London-based stylist George Northwood, whose clients also include the likes of Daisy Edgar Jones, Claudia Winkleman and Florence Pugh, spoke to Grazia magazine about working with the royal adding that she has a ‘great sense of humour’ and once ‘frightened him half to death’ by jumping out at him to scare him.  

Meghan, 39, and Harry, 35, are currently residing in Santa Barbara, California with son Archie, one, after previously spending time in Los Angeles and Vancouver Island after stepping down from royal duty in March.    

Meghan Markle's former hairdresser has revealed how the Duchess of Sussex is 'very detail orientated' and that her 'effortless' looks are often 'very well thought out'. He said his favourite look was at the British Fashion Awards in 2018 (pictured)

Meghan Markle’s former hairdresser has revealed how the Duchess of Sussex is ‘very detail orientated’ and that her ‘effortless’ looks are often ‘very well thought out’. He said his favourite look was at the British Fashion Awards in 2018 (pictured)

Speaking to the magazine, the hairdresser explained: ‘Her hair often looks so effortless but she’s actually the most thoughtful person, even down to the smallest detail like her jewellery,’ he added.

‘We worked together for two years – and I hope to continue whenever she’s back in the UK – collaborating to create the effortlessly cool buns that she wears as well as the sleek, polished hair, such as her style at the British Fashion Awards in 2018 – my favourite look we’ve ever done.

George also explained that he learned ‘so much about himself’ by working with Harry and Meghan, including ‘what true love really is’. 

The stylist, who has his own salon in London’s Fitzrovia where he also styles Rosie Huntington-Wiley and Alexa Chung, joined Meghan and Harry on their tour of Australia in 2019, and said he was overwhelmed by the Duchess’ support for small business and local designers. 

London-based stylist George Northwood, whose clients also include the likes of Daisy Edgar Jones, Claudia Winkleman and Florence Pugh, spoke to Grazia magazine about working with the royal adding that she has a 'great sense of humour' and once 'frightened him half to death' by jumping out at him to scare him. George is pictured at Browns east launch party in 2017

London-based stylist George Northwood, whose clients also include the likes of Daisy Edgar Jones, Claudia Winkleman and Florence Pugh, spoke to Grazia magazine about working with the royal adding that she has a ‘great sense of humour’ and once ‘frightened him half to death’ by jumping out at him to scare him. George is pictured at Browns east launch party in 2017

‘I always thought, “God, would I ever put so much thought and care into that?”‘  

The hairdresser to the stars said his ‘favourite fun memory’ of the pair is when they ‘frightened him half to death jumping out at him’ on his birthday. 

‘It was such a silly moment but so sweet that they wanted to surprise me. Meghan has a great sense of humour so we would always be in fits of giggles’.

He added that he would have surreal moments with the former US actress, as she was ‘so grounded’, ‘fun’ and ‘one of the most caring, genuine and warm people’. 

Scobie claims tension between Meghan and Kate (pictured with William) over the actresses' struggles during pregnancy also soured the relationship between William and Harry

Scobie also claims that Kate and Meghan don't communicate personally and the relationship between them 'never really progressed'. Meghan is pictured with Harry

It comes as writer Omid Scobie revealed Princes William (left with Kate Middleton) and Harry (right with Meghan Markle) cut communication for two months after Megxit and still have barely any communication

Finding Freedom by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand

Finding Freedom by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand

It comes as writer Omid Scobie revealed Princes William and Harry cut communication for two months after Megxit and still have barely any communication.

Scobie, who last week released a biography about the Harry and Meghan’s split from the royals, named ‘Finding Freedom’, also said tension between Meghan and Kate over the actresses’ struggles during pregnancy also soured their relationship.

The author’s claims are set to be aired today on The Royal Beat on royal-related TV subscription service, True Royalty TV.

During the interview, Scobie tells the show’s presenter Kate Thornton, formerly of This Morning and Loose Women, that the brothers stopped speaking around the time of the so-called Sandringham Summit in January.

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