EastEnders’ Michael Greco undergoes hair transplant to correct botched job

EastEnders' Michael Greco undergoes hair transplant to correct botched job


EastEnders star Michael Greco has opened up about his procedure (Picture: Instagram/britishhairclinic/BBC)EastEnders legend Michael Greco has undergone a hair transplant to correct a previous botched procedure.
The actor, who played Beppe di Marco from 1998 to 2002, has previously opened up about his hair loss and his insecurities around it.
However, when he underwent a procedure, he was left disheartened by the results.
The star has now visited a different clinic to correct the botched surgery and has been left ‘delighted’ by the results.
Explaining that he first noticed his hair loss in his teens, Michael said in a video on the British Hair Clinic’s Instagram: ‘Some people can shrug it off and shave it and don’t care don’t miss it, but most men especially [those] who are younger can think “if I can get my hair back with all this amazing treatments that they have these days why not?”‘
After the procedure, Michael then told the camera: ‘The operation went well, really happy with it! In comparison to the botched one I had many years ago, it’s so much better, more professionally done.’
The 50-year-old, who’s expecting a baby boy with his girlfriend Helen Harris, added: ‘Lots to look forward to in the summer with a new baby and new head of hair! Life is good.’
Earlier this month, Michael revealed the exciting news that he’s set to be a dad for the first time, sharing the announcement on Loose Women.

Michael starred as Beppe from 1998 to 2002 (Picture: BBC)The poker player emphasised that there are ‘no rules in life for when you should be a dad’ when thinking about the fact that he’s going to become a father in his fifties.
‘Some people have kids when they’re younger, some people have it in their older age,’ he said.
‘So like I said there’s no rules in life if you have a kid when you’re a teenager, if you have a kid in your 50s.
‘What I do know is I’m still fit and strong.
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