GREAT BRITAIN: Like a Little Man

The christening ceremony and the photographers' floodlights had been a little too much last December for Prince Charles of Edinburgh. He had howled loud and long. But he was older now, all of nine months. Last week, without the moral support of the presence of his mother, Princess Elizabeth, he stood up well under the ordeal of his first boughten haircut at Birkhall, near Balmoral, Scotland, where the royal family is vacationing. His golden locks were trimmed enough to give him "a young gentleman's appearance" by Felix West, of Trumper's, London, who also cuts the hair of Grandfather...

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