Prince William and Kate Middleton cover Vanity Fair this month along with their adorable one-year-old son, George.
Lately, most of the media coverage surrounding the royal couple has been focused on rumors that Kate is pregnant with baby number two.
That news has yet to be confirmed or officially denied, but today the British tabloids took a break from the Royal Bump Watch to examine Will's chrome dome on the VF cover.
Many eagle-eyed royal obsessives have noted that Will's hair seems significantly fuller in the cover shot than it does in real life.
The accusations of Photoshopping gained so much traction that Vanity Fair issued a public statement on the matter today:
"We did not Photoshop the cover to make Prince William appear to have more hair," said a spokespoerson, before basically admitting that they totally 'Shopped the cover within an inch of its life:
"We gave the image a poster-like palette. We added some shadow to Prince William to make the white type more legible, and to place more emphasis on Prince George.
"Poster-like palette" must be PR speak for "digital toupee," because anyone with a set of eyes can see that Will's showing significantly less skull skin than usual in the photo.