Prince Harry named ‘sexiest Ginger man alive’ in controversial new poll

Prince Harry has many claims and titles, from the Duke of Sussex to army captain, but a controversial poll has just labelled him "sexiest Ginger man alive".

The shock win for the 38-year-old former military officer comes as he received a hefty 19% of the vote, 5% more than second place Ewan McGregor and 10% more than Eddie Redmayne.

While the Kenobi and Trainspotting star bagged himself 14% of the voting, with 2,000 people polled by a recent survey, it would appear that was not enough to bag him the top spot.

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Instead, Harry beats off Hollywood competition to be crowned the sexiest ginger.

When put together with a list of the "most attractive female gingers", Harry's polling victory still fares fairly well, with a fourth-place finish in a combined list.

Just Isla Fisher, who claimed an impressive 24% of the vote, a close-second finish for Emma Stone with 23% of the vote and Stacey Dooley with 22% finished higher than Harry.

Speaking on the final rankings, that see the likes of Tom Hiddleston, Rupert Grint and Karen Gillan finish below the Prince, Harriett Scott of GingerComms said she was "delighted" so many Brits were in the Top 30.

Scott said: "We were delighted that so many Brits made the top 30 list, including Stacey Dooley at number three."

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Also featured on the "most attractive male gingers" list were Michael Fassbender and Benedict Cumberbatch, who failed to crack the 10% share.

Rupert Grint and Fassbender found themselves rock bottom of the polling with just 6% of the 2,000 voters believing they were the sexiest male gingers around.

Harry bagging the top spot of a sexiest ginger men poll may do well for his public image, as Daily Star reported he and Meghan Markle are in a "need to deliver" on their Spotify deal.

The Duke of Sussex is also set to release his upcoming autobiography, Spare, on January 10 next year following a slate of delays and alleged re-writes.

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