Bence was born in Székesfehérvár, a difficult-to-pronounce city in Hungary.
His parents were looking forward to seeing their new baby and his face. What appearance will he have? Who will he resemble more? Will he be hairless or have hair?
Bence, though, didn’t seem normal when he was born , he had a full head of snow-white hair!
Babies might just be born with no hair, little hair, or plenty of hair. As a matter of fact, it is common for people to gradually lose that amount of hair over the course of a few months before it begins to grow again.
There isn’t a set of rules, and it doesn’t reflect their health. The only aspect that matters are genes.
White hair, really? That’s one thing you don’t see every day in the delivery room.
Only folks in their late 50s or beyond commonly wear such style.
Since their ancestors often had blonde hair and blue eyes, Scandinavian newborns usually have extremely light blonde hair that may be mistaken for white.
Due to the great range of ethnic origins of Hungarians, there is no such thing as a “traditional” Hungarian face. However, darker hair and eyes are commonly seen in their features. Drew Barrymore, for instance, is of Hungarian origin.
This is why seeing white hair truly surprised us.
Bence looked stunning, but his parents were originally worried about his albinism, a congenital disorder that prevents the body from producing any melanin.
Albinism often increases sensitivity to light and increases the risk of skin cancer, but it does not constitute a life-threatening condition.
The experts discovered he did not have albinism after conducting extensive tests.
The reason his hair was so pale in color was because he did, however, have very little melanin. He was delivered risk-free, in excellent health, at the right weight and height, and on time.
His melanin level was only low temporarily, so doctors thought that as he got older, his hair would get darker.
Almost like a real-life Benjamin Button.
The boy’s hair could get darker in a few years, according to doctor Zoltan Kummer, who described the condition as more of a local and likely temporary pigment deficit.
He is now known as “Prince Charming” since he was such a nice baby and all the nurses in the hospital cherished him.
The name is really fairly fitting for a kid born in Székesfehérvár, often known as Fehérvár, which in Hungarian means “white castle.”
The city is home to several magnificent and notable castles, including Bory Castle. It was built by one man, brick by brick, as a tribute to his lover, resembling a sort of Hungarian Taj Mahal.
The castle is now included in the Guinness Book of World Records as a result.
Millions of people across the globe agree that he is a special newborn boy because of his charming nickname and remarkable hair, which made him famous.
Even though we are aware that every kid is unique, Bence immediately stood out.
He resembles an old, wise monarch in a variety of ways. But we are sure he’ll look more youthful as he gets older. Who would have believed it?