After years of taunting Prince William about his receding hairline, Prince Harry debuted his own bald patch during the Invictus Games at the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney on Oct. 21. The father-to-be is facing something common several men around his age must come to terms to as they get older. While genetics plays a big role, it’s quite possible karma could’ve contributed. Regardless, it’s not a big deal considering the special lady in his life doesn’t care for his receding hairline.

“Harry’s finding himself in the same situation as his brother,” reveals a royal insider to Life & Style magazine, on newsstands now. “William will tease him with comments like, ‘Guess the apple doesn’t fall far from the family tree,’ and says it’s karma for poking fun at him all this time.” As a bachelor, the redheaded royal spare, 34, “was terrified of going bald and even considered getting a hair transplant,” says the insider, “but since meeting and marrying Meghan [Markle], he’s changed his mind. She thinks Harry’s hot — hair or no hair.”

Meghan is always there to support her man, so it’s no shocker she loves Harry no matter what. The two appear to be more in love than ever, weeks after announcing they’re expecting their first child together in Spring 2019.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in New Zealand
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The Duke and Duchess just wrapped up their 16-day royal tour in Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand. During their trip, which consisted of 76 engagements, the royal couple constantly supported each other throughout. From their baby announcement on their first day in Australia and Meghan’s time off to rest, to their plane scare, Meghan and Harry pulled through together. We’re sure something so insignificant like a little bit of hair loss has nothing on these two. Now when it comes to the relationship between Harry and William, that’s a different story. Hopefully, his older bro goes easy on the jokes!

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