Vanity Fair give Prince William a hair transplant
Even royalty aren't immune to the ideals of the magazine industry, as William is the latest victim of retouching.
Prince William appears on the latest cover of Vanity Fair alongside his wife, Kate, and their son, Prince George, in an image captured during their recent tour of Australia.
However, it seems his crowning glory, or lack thereof, wasn't quite to Vanity Fair's liking so they thickened it up a little with the help of some digital magic.
The retouching was spotted by retail website Racked who unearthed the original image and compared it side-by-side with the cover.
Wills needn't feel picked on though - both his almost one-year-old son and wife have had their own brushes with the airbrush; The Duchess of Cambridge was given a freakishly small waist by Grazia following the royal wedding, while Prince George was given a faux rosy glow by US Weekly just a few weeks ago.