Prince William is known to have a sizeable bald patch covering the middle of his head (we love him anyway), but in his family’s recent ‘Vanity Fair’ spread, his hair looks plentiful. Was it an attempt to hide his diminishing ‘do?
Prince William, 32, Kate Middleton, 32, and their adorable almost 1-year-old son Prince George are featured on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s August 2014 issue. While the family looks happier than ever, there is one slight concern with the cover photo. Where Prince William’s well-known bald spot usually sits, there seems to be a layer of photoshopped hair covering his scalp! See what a photo expert said about the cover pic below!
Prince William’s Head On ‘Vanity Fair’ — Did They Photoshop His Bald Spot?
The look of Prince William’s head has us feeling a little skeptical that his natural hair was left untouched.
We asked a photo expert, who told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY: “They definitely added some hair to the top of Prince William’s head. They could have used the clone tool, which allows you to take part of the image and fill it in somewhere else.”
Maybe Vanity Fair chose to cover up a little of Prince William’s bare scalp, but either way, this family still looks amazing and so happy!
Prince George’s First Birthday — Family Will Celebrate On July 22
Photoshopped bald spot or not, this smiling family remains happy no matter what, especially now that their son’s first birthday is coming up!
Prince George will officially be turning one on July 22 and we can’t wait to see pictures from the happy occasion.
So what do you think, HollywoodLifers? Was Prince William’s hair totally photoshopped, or did they just catch him at a different angle?
— Claire O’Halloran