The beard is a masculine complement that is attractive to many (and many). In addition, it can confer authority and maturity, and it is the reason why perhaps several royals They have chosen to let this complement grow. The first was King Felipe VI, who changed look after having succeeded his father don Juan Carlos. But he is not the only one: Prince Harry also seemed to abandon his childhood when he grew a beard, as did the heir to the throne of Jordan, Prince Al Hussein. This trend has also spread in northern countries thanks to the Haakon princes of Norway, Carlos Felpe of Sweden and King William Alexander of Norway. Even Mike Tindall has fallen for the goodness of the beard. Press play and don't miss it.