Royal fans joke bald Prince William ‘looks like a Tic Tac’ at Platinum Jubilee

Royal fans have joked Prince William is now so bald he 'looks like a Tic Tac' after his appearance at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Thanksgiving service today (June 3).

Many men struggle with hair loss and male pattern balding but most don't have the profile of ol' William.

William's hair loss has been well documented in recent years with the future King looking decidedly more streamlined.

And some fans have now taken to social media to stick the knife in.

Referencing the Duke's catwalk up the stairs of St Paul's, fans eagerly discussed his barnet which was obscured in yesterday's Trooping the Colour.

"I could have kept Prince William's hair", sniggered one woman cruelly who presumably won't have to worry about the ravages of male pattern baldness.

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Another expressed surprise that the Prince, who's not short of a few bob hadn't sought professional help yet.

They asked: "How’s Prince William not been to hair of Istanbul yet."

Another said: "Why has Prince William not had a hair transplant yet."

Then came the insults, sadly, by the bucketload.

One man laughed: "Prince William’s absolutely clinging onto that last bit of hair isn't he.

"Just shave it fella."

"Prince William is so bald he looks like a tic tac", laughed an account called Dracula's Ditsy Neighbour.

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Another account shared their creepy dreams about the Prince's scalp.

They said: "Last night i dreamt i filled in prince william’s bald spot with my eyebrow pencil."

Kate Middleton was also in attendance alongside Meghan and Prince Harry – in a first joint event since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped back from royal duties two years ago.

The Cambridge's arrived without their children to warm cheers from the crowd.

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