Harry’s girl: a blonde who could net a Prince

Just like some girls love a bad boy, some boys are drawn to girls with attitude, with a tough streak, with the kind of long blonde hair that turns heads and sharp tongue that will quickly set them back in their place. Some men would sooner settle down with an elegant, sophisticated brunette. These are two stereotypes, of course, but they’re perfectly and popularly epitomised by the royal tastes of the British Princes William and Harry.

In shooting model Hannah, Jessie Obialor was envisaging that trendy, party-loving uptown girl with a tough streak. With her darling blonde locks and eyes that could easily make a ginger Prince swoon, Hannah earned the temporary title of Harry’s Girl.

hannah by jessie obialor

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Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor
Hannah by Jessie Obialor

Perfectly styled by Faisal West into outfits that mix the vibrantly on-trend with the classic, you can imagine Hannah galloping from luncheon to polo match to cocktail party with ease. With hair and makeup by Andrea Micich, you can view all of Jessie Obialor’s (jessieobialor.com) shoot by clicking on the gallery.

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