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Prince William Was Too Bald for Vanity Fair, So They Fixed It

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Prince William's bald spot just cannot catch a break. Kate's picked on it before, now it's Vanity Fair that has a problem with the royal pate.

The royal family covered the magazine's August edition with a shot taken during their three-week Australian tour back in April. Getty had the original image of the family in their archives, and upon comparison it is undeniable that Vanity Fair has photoshopped a little more hair onto that head. Le scandal!

The original photo via Getty

For closer inspection:

Yep, Vanity Fair is definitely guilty as charged.

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