I've never heard anything similar in English.
We do have another saying about heads and crowns:
"Heavy is the head that wears the crown." <-- That's how it's usually said. It originally comes from Shakespeare, who wrote in the play "Henry IV": "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown."
This basically means that a king (or someone with serious responsibilities) worries a lot.
So, because we have this saying about the head that wears the crown, and it makes us think about worries, I don't think we could have another head-crown proverb without creating some confusion. Basically, English doesn't have room for another one, I think.