On Friday, April 18, Prince William and Kate Middleton continued their tour down under, visiting the The Sydney Royal Easter Show. It was there that the topic went from alpaca wool to Prince William’s receding hairline. Read on for all the hairy details. The Sydney Royal Easter Show takes place every year, and is marked by the shaving of an alpaca’s overgrown wool. After watching the demonstration, Wills and Kate were presented with a piece of the sheared alpaca tuft. An exhibitor for the event told the British Press Association, “The Prince was interested in the alpaca and as I showed it to them the princess said he should put it on his head.” The Duchess then took the tuft and suggested that William should put it on his head. She jokingly remarked to her husband, “You need it more than me,” instantly sparking a roar of laughter from Prince William and the rest of the crowd.
William’s diminishing ‘do has become more noticeable in recent years, and is similar to his father, Prince Charles’, hardly-there hair. So, although Prince William may one day inherit the royal throne, he has already inherited his father’s royally receding hairline.