One thing about Prince Harry drives Queen Elizabeth MAD and we completely disagree
Queen Elizabeth dislikes one thing about Prince Harry and we completely disagree.
Yes, apparently Prince Harry's grandmother hates his facial hair and isn't shy about telling the father-to-be either.
According to reports, the 34-year-old first started to grow his beard when he was abroad on military duties and after that, it stuck.
Although Harry seems to be a big fan of some facial fluff, Queen Elizabeth is said to disapprove of it and believes that men should be "clean-shaven".
This random fact first came to light in Katie Nicholl's autobiography about Prince Harry entitled Harry: Life, Loss, and Love.
According to The Express, Katie explained how Harry first started growing the beard while in the army but that royal aides said the Queen wasn't a fan.
This isn't the first time the Queen's displeasure regarding beards has been spoken about either.
A royal insider previously spoke to Hello! magazine about the Queen's feelings on this particular matter.
"The rest of the family liked it and were taking the mickey, especially his cousin Zara who dubbed him Prince Hairy.
“But the Queen soon let her displeasure be known.
“She doesn't mind royal men growing beards when they are away in the armed forces or out in the wild like Harry was in the Antarctic, but she expects them to be clean-shaven when they get home."
Apparently, Prince Harry shaved off the beard a couple of times but it's been a firm fixture since he left the army and we don't think that's about to change anytime soon.
We think it really suits him and look you can't always get the approval of your grandparents, can you?!