Prince George Wins Best Hair Over Blue Ivy, North West

Rachel Stoltzfoos Staff Reporter
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A white, privileged male beat out Blue Ivy Carter and North West in a highly scientific competition with the audacity to ask the readers of Hairtrade.com to compare the beauty of toddlers.

Voters decided the future King of England has the best hair in the poll, Hello Magazine reports. Respondents were shown photos of ten of the most high-profile infants, including North West and Blue Ivy, and asked to choose the one with the best hair.

Kate Middleton’s darling Prince George won the contest with 25 percent of the vote.

Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, walks with her son Prince George at the Defence Establishment Fairbairn in Canberra on April 25, 2014. Britain's Prince William, his wife Kate and their son Prince George were on a three-week tour of New Zealand and Australia. (Photo: SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)

“Prince George has to win purely because he’s Prince George,” one respondent said, according to Hello Magazine. “He could be bald and I’d still vote for him to have the best hair.”

Another respondent gushed about Blue Ivy’s very controversial hair. “Blue Ivy Carter is clearly her mother’s daughter as she oozes glamour already. It’s hard to believe she’s only two-years-old but yet she’s more fashionable than I’ll ever be.” (RELATED: Comb Blue Ivy’s Hair, Say Thousands)

Here are the full results, according to Hello Magazine:

1. Prince George of Cambridge — 25 percent
2. Blue Ivy Carter — 17 percent
3. North West — 15 percent
4. Harper Beckham — 14 percent
5. Eric Cowell — 10 percent
6. Elijah Furnish John — 8 percent
7. Penelope Disick — 5 percent
8. Milan Pique Mebarak — 3 percent
9. Tennessee James Toth — 2 percent
10. Mia Tindall — 1 percent

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