Prince Harry's bald spot has been PHOTOSHOPPED in glitzy Time magazine cover shoot, fans claim

Prince Harry's bald spot has been PHOTOSHOPPED in glitzy Time magazine cover shoot, fans claim

FANS of Prince Harry were today left baffled as the duke appeared to have more hair than usual in a glitzy covershoot – with some even questioning if the royal had been photoshopped.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex landed the front cover of Time magazine after being named among the top 100 most influential people this year.


The couple, who quit the Royal Family in January last year, beamed in the string of photographs for the glossy feature.

But the magazine's front cover left some fans scratching their heads with Prince Harry – who turns 37 today – appearing to have more hair on his head than usual.

In recent years, the dad-of-two has appeared to struggle with hair loss.

One tweeted: "Is Harry wearing a rug? Or just overdone the air brushing?"

Another one joked: "It is possible that Prince Harry got that Bosley hair transplant or Hair Club for Men or whatever."

Someone added: "I feel like the cover photo could be better but look at Prince Harry looking hot AND with full hair…WHEW!"

The cover photo shows Harry wearing all black standing behind Meghan, who is dressed in a white jumpsuit.

Two other glam photos were published by the magazine, with the couple donning matching green outfits in front of a yellow wall.

And in a more candid shot, the parents can be seen walking through a garden holding hands at they beam at each other.

Even Angela Levin, a Royal expert who has written a biography about Prince Harry, weighed in on speculation about Prince Harry's hair.

She told The Sun Online: "They’ve also done something about his hair because he's got much more hair in the photograph."

Meghan and Harry gushed over the news of making it onto the TIME 100 list as it was announced today.

Writing on their website shortly after the news broke, Meghan and Harry said they were "humbled to be part of this year’s TIME 100".

Joining Meghan and Harry on the list of Time's most influential 'icons' this year is tennis star Naomi Osaka as well as singers Britney Spears and Dolly Parton.

Billie Eilish is listed as a 'pioneer' on the breakdown of stars, while Olympic gymnast Simone Biles is considered one of the magazine's most influential 'titans'.


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