A mum says her baby has the fastest growing HAIR in Britain – a six-month-old with a perfect mop that’s already had to be cut TWICE.
Little Fergus Hillman was born with a full head of thick dark long curly hair – which needs constant trimming.
Fergus has a perfect coiffured style and has been to the barber’s twice in his short life already.
Most babies don’t need a haircut for a few years but looking after the hirsute tot’s locks is perm-anent job.
His mum Hayley, 30, says she only notices how unusual it is when Fergus is sat next to another baby.
Hayley, a nurse from Saltash, Cornwall, says Fergus follows in the footsteps of his mum, sister and grandfather – all of whom were born with a full head of hair.
She said: “I was hairy and my dad was hairy.
“I think it’s only really when you see him against other babies that you realise how hairy he is but people generally just sort of laugh at it.”
The family say that the stark contract between Fergus and other babies became apparent when he was photographed next to his cousin, Chloe.
Chloe is two weeks older than Fergus, but she is still completely bald compared to his luscious head of hear.
His head of hair is so full, that despite having it trimmed just two months ago, at four months old, he has now had to have another.
But Hayley said that Fergus, who turns six-months-old on Thursday, seems to enjoy getting his hair cared for.
“During his second haircut he fell asleep as soon as the hairdresser started brushing his hair.
“He’s lovely; he’s quite smiley and loves his sister and is always laughing at her.”