There’s a video that went viral on TikTok, and I just saw it on Twitter as well.

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It’s a video suggesting Prince Charles is not Prince Harry’s “real” father. Now, in all seriousness, you can’t come to a conclusion like that in a one-minute video.

But what I did think was curious was how much Lady Di’s riding coach does look like Harry.

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Maybe it’s just the fact that they both have red hair? Or maybe it’s more than that? I guess it’s a personal opinion. But this video piqued my interest about who this riding coach was…and when I started to look into him, I realized that a lot of people think this man is Harry’s father. I mean A LOT…the accusations actually went “mainstream.”

Apparently, Diana and the riding coach had an affair.

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That’s what Vanity Fair claimed in a story they published on the riding coach back in 2017.

The very prestigious “Town and Country” also did a piece on the “royal love affair.”

Wow. This is not “conspiracy” stuff – it’s questions that a lot of legit people are asking.

His name is James Hewitt, and rumors have swirled for eons that he is Harry’s dad – but he says, “NO, he’s not…”

From Vanity Fair

The “James Hewitt is Prince Harry’s dad” rumor is like the posh British version of the “O.J. Simpson is Khloe Kardashian’s dad” that just won’t go away. Usually, thanks to some new interview, it resurfaces every few months or years, receiving a brief news cycle before returning to the storage bin of celebrity rumors and conspiracy theories where it remains the rest of the time.

James Hewitt, who met Princess Diana in 1986 as her horse-riding instructor, and then struck up a five-year affair with her while she was married to Prince Charles, has long been rumored to be Prince Harry’s father (there is many a side-by-side composite out there attempting to help make the case).

Despite the extreme improbability that, uh, this is the case, and the fact that he has repeatedly denied that he is Harry’s father, Hewitt is still being asked about the claim. (He has been questioned about the rumor dating back to Harry’s 18th birthday.) Appearing on an Australian television program, Sunday Night, over the weekend, Hewitt was asked point blank if he was the prince’s father, to which he replied, “No, I’m not.” He’s not, you guys. He added that the way in which the rumor will not die is “worse for [Harry than it is for me], probably, poor chap.” (This is likely the only time Prince Harry will ever be referred to as “poor chap.”)

Hewitt—who has never married or had children—had plenty to say about his relationship with Diana, however. He said that their relationship quickly accelerated after the two first met. “It’s a gradual period and then, you know, suddenly you can’t get enough of each other or see each other as much as you want,” he said. Diana would usually flee to his farm for secret meet-ups. “I’d cook and [Diana] would wash up,” he recalled. “Just dinner and relaxing and laughing.”

Obviously, I don’t know the truth about who is Harry’s father, but after reading the articles from these two very well-respected magazines, I can say that it does seem curious and certainly has branched out from the “conspiracy realm into the “gee, could this be real?’ realm – especially since it appears that Di and James had a very long and steamy love-affair.

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I guess this would explain why Harry looks a lot like Diana and nothing like his father Charles or his brother William.

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