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The identity of Prince Harry’s father was one of many rumors that circulated around Princess Diana during her lifetime. This was because she was having an affair with cavalry officer James Hewitt about a year before Harry was born.

 

 

The allegation has been given new life, after Hewitt supported a controversial new West End play suggesting that he could indeed be Prince Harry’s father. The Mail on Sunday reports that Hewitt has permitted himself to be portrayed in the production Truth, Lies, Diana, which contains many revelations about his relationship with the princess.

 

The play is based on interviews with people close to Diana, including Hewitt himself and her former butler, Paul Burrell.

 

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Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1710561/prince-harry-an-inconvenient-truth-about-who-his-father-might-be/#IWKDPfJa0LszfOmS.99

 

http://www.inquisitr.com/1710561/prince-harry-an-inconvenient-truth-about-who-his-father-might-be/

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Are you talking about this?

 

[video=youtube;-3S2LZAxpq0]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3S2LZAxpq0

 

With the protocols in place for succession, etc you can pretty much bet they have done DNA testing to confirm Harry's parentage. Plus, he actually resembles Charles, Elizabeth and Phillip depending on the angle and his expression.

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Two thoughts from the perspective of someone born to a young (unmarried) woman in the 1950s, surrended for adoption and raised by parents who were his "REAL" Mom and Dad (even if biology had nothing to do with it):

 

1. Referring to the headline of this thread, although there may be a question about the identity of Price Harry's biological father, there's no question about Harry's "real identity." He is the sum total of his upbringing and life experience, two things that James Hewittt has had nothing to do with. And if Hewitt thinks he might actually be Harry's biological father, his support of this play, his need for another 15 minutes of fame, only underscore how unfit he is to be a father. It's a mighty unkind, uncaring thing to subject someone who you think might be your child to gossip, innuendo and name-calling.

 

2. The word "bastard," as we hear it today, is an effective slap at a nasty character, but it's an ugly term to apply to someone who (through no fault of his own) was (or may have been) born outside of a marriage--as most of us who are the adopted sons and daughters of straight couples, gay couples, married couples, partners and singles are.

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George V was once in the same boat and he ended up being King.

 

I think you're talking about George the VI, who was the younger brother of Edward the VIII who abdicated because he wanted to marry Wallis Simpson. Queen Elizabeth as a child said one day she'll be queen, and she could have even if her dad hadn't become king as long as Wallis Simpson hadn't been able to produce an heir to the throne.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_British_monarchs

 

George V

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_V

 

Edward VIII

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_VIII

 

George VI

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_VI

 

And in the future baby George VII and his brother/sister as spare, Harry will be far away in the list but he won't be allowed to marry a Catholic just in case, after his dad dies, he'll be number 3rd on the list unless Queen Kate has a 3rd child, in that case he'll be 4th.

 

As was our most recent King, and previous Monarch George VI

 

Exactly!

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And in the future baby George VII and his brother/sister as spare, Harry will be far away in the list but he won't be allowed to marry a Catholic just in case, after his dad dies, he'll be number 3rd on the list unless Queen Kate has a 3rd child, in that case he'll be 4th.

 

Right, by my count Harry is #4 *now*. (Charles, then Wills, then George.)

 

I don't think I'd count on Kate pumping out any more. By all accounts, she's had rough pregnancies. An heir and a spare will probably be enough for her.

 

But I'm all for the idea of Harry procreating as much as possible! And from appearance he's not opposed either. Just as a safety, of course. :p Anyone else remember when the gossip press used to talk about "Randy Andy"? The spare always has more fun.

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I think you're talking about George the VI, who was the younger brother of Edward the VIII who abdicated because he wanted to marry Wallis Simpson. Queen Elizabeth as a child said one day she'll be queen, and she could have even if her dad hadn't become king as long as Wallis Simpson hadn't been able to produce an heir to the throne.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_British_monarchs

 

George V

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_V

 

Edward VIII

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_VIII

 

George VI

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_VI

 

And in the future baby George VII and his brother/sister as spare, Harry will be far away in the list but he won't be allowed to marry a Catholic just in case, after his dad dies, he'll be number 3rd on the list unless Queen Kate has a 3rd child, in that case he'll be 4th.

 

 

 

Exactly!

 

Yes, that one.

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