Jimmy Carr hides hair transplant results under flat cap on low-key lockdown walk

Jimmy Carr was seen heading out for a low-key stroll in lockdown, but chose to keep the results of his recent hair transplant under wraps.

The comedian, 47, was seen heading out in Primrose Hill in London with his long-term girlfriend Karoline Copping.

Jimmy was dressed casually in beige trousers and a dark shirt, with a funky printed bomber jacket thrown on top.

But, despite unveiling his fuller locks during a recent TV appearance, Jimmy decided to cover up with a navy flat cap.

Karoline, who he has been in a relationship with since 2001, wore a khaki green jacket, grey baseball cap and shades.

She was seen pushing a pram and it’s not the first time Jimmy and Karoline have been spotted with a baby stroller, as he was pictured with the pram back in January, but no other details are known.

Jimmy lives in North London with Karoline, who is the commissioning editor for Channel 5.

The pair first met an an audition over 19 years ago and Jimmy first asked Karoline out at a gig, but he admits he didn’t make the best first impression.

Appearing on Desert Island Discs back in 2016, Jimmy joked Katherine thought he was a ‘one-note comedian with the eyes of a sex offender’.

Their appearance out in the capital comes after Jimmy debuted the results of his recent hair transplant on Peter Crouch’s show Save Our Summer.

Maya Jama had spotted Jimmy’s new look and told the 8 Out of 10 Cats host: ‘It’s a very different look for you.’

Jimmy replied: ‘I tell you what I did, I went and had a hair transplant. I kinda had a look of… like a snooker playing vampire.’

Explaining his decision to have a hair transplant, Jimmy aptly joked amid lockdown: ‘So what happened was my hair was socially distancing from my forehead and I’d had enough of it.’

‘I shaved my head and what they do is take hairs from the back of your head and they put them on the front,’ Jimmy said, confirming he’d undergone the procedure.

He added: ‘Basically I had enough hair, it was just in the wrong place. It was a bit of redistribution.’

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