Britain's Prince William has debuted a new hair do.
The 33-year-old royal showed off a shorter haircut as he arrived at a service to honour those who had died in the Gallipoli campaign at St. Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham over the weekend.
It is not known who gave the Duke of Cambridge - who is second in line to the throne - the new hair cut but it is thought to be one of Kate's hair stylists Amanda Cook Tucker and Richard Ward.
Amanda is known for visiting the Duchess of Cambridge at St. Mary's hospital in London, following the birth of her two children - two-year-old Prince George and eight-month-old Princess Charlotte - to make sure her hair looked perfect for the first photos of the young royals.
Amanda has also been a hairdresser for the royal family since Prince William and his brother Prince Harry were young boys.
Meanwhile, the Duchess recently debuted a new haircut when she attended ICAP's 23rd annual charity day at the company's London offices, where they raised money for a number of charities including Place2Be, which Kate is patron for.