Baby girl with amazingly full head of hair becomes internet star. Her hair could be seen on the x-ray when she was in her mother’s womb.

Alexis Bartlett is a baby from Sydney, Australia, who was born with a hairy head.

Just a few weeks after conception, an ultrasound X-ray showed that babies already had hair, which usually takes babies a year or two before their hair ornament develops.

Now, 6 months after giving birth, little Alexis already has long shoulder-length hair. Her parents had begun to worry when they saw the ultrasound, she seemed to have hair on her forehead, back, and buttocks.

The little girl’s mother says that the little girl looks like her because she was also born with rich hair. The irony is that the young mother is a professional barber. The rich-haired baby wreaked havoc on the beach, winning hordes of admirers.

Some babies can take months, even years, before their heads are graced with luscious locks. For young baby Alexis you could see her hair even when she was in the womb.

Adorable six-month-old baby Alexis Bartlett has so much hair that her Sydney parents were in disbelief at her birth, even after seeing signs in an ultrasound.

“At first we were both shocked, it wasn’t just her scalp, she had a hairy forehead and hair all over her back — not to mention her hairy butt.

“The ultrasound even showed up that she was going to be hairy so that was a clear indication she was going to be taking after me in those stakes.

“I was born with hair and I’ve even put together two photos of us as hairy babies to show people where she’s inherited it from.

The irony of Alexis having plentiful hair could not be greater as Mum, Nicola Bartlett, 32, is a hairdresser for a living.

In the Sydney sunshine, Alexis has been able to flaunt her beautiful brown hair when out with her family, earning her hordes of admirers.

Still only six months old, Alexis already has shoulder-length hair.

Adrian, who runs a fire extinguisher firm, said: “It’s funny that Nicola, being a hairdresser gave birth to such a hairy baby.

“Our family loves her to bits although her great-grandfather hates all the hair ties and hair clips but he will get over it.

“Strangers are always stopping us wherever we go to the extent that we couldn’t imagine having a bald baby.

“Shopping always takes a little longer and dinners out always get interrupted by everyone sitting nearby.

“I personally love her hair, I think it adds so much character. As we live in Sydney and it’s currently summer, we are always taking Alexis outside swimming.

“Everyone said that it would fall out but six months on and it’s only getting longer in fact she might be due a haircut soon, I guess Nicola will have to check her diary for appointments.”

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