• Prince Harry joked about his receding hairline while filming a Dutch TV show to promote his Invictus Games
  • He got candid about his hair loss struggles, joking that he's "doomed" to go bald
  • Prince Harry arrived in The Hague, the Netherlands, with wife Meghan Markle before the games officially began Saturday

Prince Harry and some of the Invictus Games athletes recently bonded over a common problem — hair loss.

While filming a Dutch TV show to promote his Invictus Games, which are taking place this week in The Hague in the Netherlands, the Duke of Sussex and two other men joked about their receding hairlines.

As one athlete was having makeup applied to his forehead, Prince Harry quipped: "You've got a lot more to be done there," according to Us Weekly.

The Invictus Games participant replied that it "won't take a long time" until he has no hair left on his head.

Meghan Markle's husband got candid about his own hair loss struggles, joking, "But you’re slower than me. I’m already — I’m doomed."

A second man chimed in, "We have the same barber, I guess," as Prince Harry laughed.

Prince Harry, who founded the Invictus Games in 2014, arrived in The Hague with his wife before the event officially began Saturday.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex previously stopped by the U.K. to visit Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle while on their way to the Netherlands for the annual sporting event. The meeting marked the first time that the duchess returned to the U.K. since the couple's final engagement as senior royals in March 2020.

Prince Harry opened up about his recent reunion with his grandmother during an interview with "Today's" Hoda Kotb Wednesday.

The prince said it was "great" seeing the Queen again. He shared that he and his wife had tea with his grandmother and "it was really nice to catch up."

"We have a really special relationship. We talk about things that she can’t talk about with anybody else," he added.

Prince Harry also said that he wanted to make sure that the Queen is "protected" and surrounded by "the right people."

His comment raised some eyebrows on social media, with some suggesting that it was a snide remark about the royal family, especially Prince Charles and Prince William, and others claiming that the duke was using the Queen for a publicity stunt.

"Harry's comment on US TV about him checking the Queen is protected is a gross insult to Prince Charles and William. He's underlined even more that he doesn't deserve to attend the Jubilee celebrations and be on the Balcony," royal expert Angela Levin, author of "Harry: Biography of a Prince," tweeted.

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THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 20: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex watches the Gold Medal match between Team United Kingdom and Team United States during the Wheelchair Rugby on day five of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 at Zuiderpark on April 20, 2022 in The Hague, Netherlands. Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images for Invictus Games The Hague 2020