Prince Harry claims King Charles III made light of the fact that he was not his "real father" in a new bookPrince Harry claims King Charles III made light of the fact that he was not his "real father" in a new book

Prince Harry claims King Charles III made light of the fact that he was not his "real father" in a new book

Prince Harry reveals his father made mention of rumors that he was Major James Hewitt in one of the many shocking admissions in his book "Spare.".Prince Harry reveals his father made mention of rumors that he was Major James Hewitt in one of the many shocking admissions in his book "Spare.".
Prince Harry reveals his father made mention of rumors that he was Major James Hewitt in one of the many shocking admissions in his book "Spare.".
In his upcoming book Spare, Harry made the startling admission, citing Major James Hewitt, one of his "mummy" Princess Diana's "former lovers," who wrote about the relationship in his own book.
Harry, now 38, began as he explained how the hurtful joke came up: "Pa liked telling stories, and this was one of the best in his repertoire. He'd always end with a burst of philosophizing.
Who could say which of us was sane? Who could be sure they weren't the mental patient, hopelessly deluded, amused by friends and family? Who knows if I'm even the Prince of Wales? Who knows ...
...if I'm your real father? Maybe your real father is in Broadmoor, darling boy! Charles is alleged to have said in the memoir, which is published on January 10, 2023 around the world.
Harry acknowledged that he didn't understand the joke, calling it in the excerpt a "remarkably unfunny joke.".
Despite the fact that it was widely believed at the time that Major James Hewitt was one of Mummy's former lovers, he continued to laugh and laugh even though the joke was remarkably unfunny.
Hewitt claims that his relationship with Diana lasted for four years, from 1986 to 1990; however, Harry was born in 1984, two years before the alleged romance with the late Princess of Wales began.
Major Hewitt's fiery ginger hair was one factor in the rumor, but sadism was another. Harry continued, "Tabloid readers ...
...were delighted by the idea that the younger child of Prince Charles wasn't the child of Prince Charles.".
However, Harry remained steadfast in his conviction that his mother and James didn't meet until after he was born.
He also said in Spare, "Never mind that my mother didn't meet Major Hewitt until long after I was born. For some reason, they couldn't ...
...get enough of this 'joke,' maybe it made them feel better about their lives that a young prince's life was laugh-able.".