Royal Baby Has 50/50 Chance of Being Red-haired

by Bidita Debnath on  December 28, 2012 at 12:55 PM General Health News
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There is a one in two chance that Prince William will father a ginger-haired baby, according to scientists.

More than 5,000 Brits were tested for their ancestral DNA and an extraordinary 38.3 percent were found to carry the red-haired gene.
 Royal Baby Has 50/50 Chance of Being Red-haired
Royal Baby Has 50/50 Chance of Being Red-haired

But experts said that the odds of the royal baby having ginger locks are higher because a close relative, Prince Harry, is a redhead, the Daily Star reported.

Despite the experts' view, bookies William Hill are quoting odds of 8-1 on the baby being ginger.

Source: ANI

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