Princess Diana’s former lover James Hewitt denies being Harry’s father

Princess Diana’s former lover James Hewitt denies being Harry’s father

Introduction — March 13, 2017

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A picture says a thousands words and the photos of James Hewitt, Prince Harry and Prince Charles speak volumes about who is Harry’s real father.
Hewitt himself has denied that he is Harry’s father but he probably been “instructed” to do so or face the consequences.
Prince Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, paid a high price for defying the Windsors so the message for James Hewitt is clear. Defy them at your peril.
However, despite his denial there is an obvious similarity between Prince Harry and Hewitt.
Far more than there is between Prince Harry and Prince Charles.

Prince Harry and James Hewitt. Click to enlarge

Princess Diana’s former lover James Hewitt denies being Harry’s father

BT.com — March 13, 2017

Princess Diana’s former lover James Hewitt has spoken out about their affair, denying long-standing rumours he could have been Prince Harry’s father.

The former cavalry officer said speculation had persisted because “it sells papers”.

Diana confessed in a BBC Panorama programme in 1995 that the pair had had an affair.

She and Prince Charles separated in 1992, divorcing four years later.

In an interview with Channel Seven’s Sunday Night in Australia, the former Life Guards officer was asked: “Are you Harry’s father?”

He replied: “No, I’m not.”

The host asked him: “Why does that keep being repeated?” He said: “It sells papers”.

Hewitt has previously described the couple’s five-year relationship as “exciting and sexy”.

In a magazine interview he said: “The situation that Princess Diana and I were in made it exciting and sexy because it was risky.

“The danger spiced it up a bit, if you know what I mean.”

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