Age of Balding: 35
Although he once had a full head of Shirley Temple-esque curls, by the time Edward VII reached 35, the forehead of Queen Victoria's eldest son was far more visible and he'd developed an island on the back of his skull. But what he lacked on the top, he made up for on the bottom. At the turn of the 20th century, the 59-year-old Edward VII assumed the throne with his very bushy beard, piercing blue eyes, bulging belly, and noticeably receding hairline. Throughout the United Kingdom's Edwardian Age that followed, the king's hairlessness was portrayed on
coins and a collection of 39 postage
stamps, known as the "Bald Issues."