Kate Middleton will wear her hair down for her wedding to Britain's Prince William.
The brunette beauty will marry the second-in-line to the throne on April 29 and hairdresser Richard Ward - whose stylist James Pryce will be in charge of Kate's locks for her big day - has revealed she doesn't want a "stuffy up-do".
He told fellow celebrity hairdresser Sinead Kelly that Kate's hair will be "100 per cent be down and flowy".
According to Britain's Daily Mail, he added: "Every bride's hair on their wedding day should reflect their look throughout the year. Kate's such a natural girl, so no stuffy up-dos for her."
While James works on Kate's hair, Richard will look after both Kate's mother Carole and sister Pippa, who is the maid of honour.
It is expected James - who currently charges £50 for a styling session - will be able to charge higher prices as a result of the job.
A source said: "After the wedding, I expect it will be extremely difficult to get an appointment with James - and that his prices will go up."
However he will be helped by a team of "dressers" on the morning of the wedding, with preparation taking place at the Goring Hotel in Belgravia close to Buckingham Palace.