Prince Harry has angered another one of his critics by growing his hair out for a new headshot.
Despite the new photos being taken for mental health company BetterUp, which show the 38-year-old formerly-balding bloke with a thick head of hair, some have criticised him for it.
The Duke of Sussex is the Chief Impact Officer for BetterUp, and has suddenly grown a lot of hair as a result.
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But oddly, just a week before the new image was published, Prince Harry was in Tokyo taking part in a charity rugby game and had no such luscious locks.
This prompted critical Twitter/X account Royal News Networks to launch a scathing attack on him.
They wrote: “Prince Harry’s new picture on BetterUp does little to deflect from the fact that he’s balding, badly.
“I don’t make it a habit to discuss people’s looks, but Harry started it by making fun of his brother for the same.
“He’s not fooling anyone anymore, and the denial of the obvious is not doing him any favours.
“His brother accepted his hair loss with dignity, despite his brother’s jokes at his expense.
“Harry now looks like the fool, again, for refusing to accept that he’s not 25 anymore and needs a different haircut that works with his hair loss.”
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Prince Harry wrote in his tell-all memoir Space that Prince Williams' bald patch was “alarming” and “more advanced than mine”.
However, it now seems as if Prince Harry is not willing to accept the same fate as his brother.
Despite that, peace could soon break out between the controversial song of King Charles, and his family.
Expectations for "peace talks" between the Duke of Sussex and the King of England will likely fall on September 17, but a crucial demand could be made by the Royal Family head.
Their meeting follows Prince Harry's attendance at the Invictus Games, travelling from Germany to the UK's capital, while King Charles will head to London before a trip to France.
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Should the pair meet, it will be the first in-person meeting Prince Harry has held with a member of the Royal Family since the publication of his book Spare.
King Charles may ask for the Duke of Sussex to keep from commenting publicly on inside stories about the Firm.
The Daily Star reached out to Prince Harry's team for a comment.
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