Prince Charles did not recount Prince Harry He was not his father. This absurd report is pushed by one of this week’s tabloids. Gossip Cop can demystify the principle.
One of the most popular stories among tabloids to recycle is the idea that Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, was the product of a bond of his mother, the Princess Diana, and not the prince’s biological son. From Wales. This time it is Globe that drives the false narrative, and it is using other recent false reports to support its claims. This ridiculous cover page of the publication is like one of the most recent successes of fake royal reports, and it’s so amazing and stupid that it’s a wonder that anyone can take seriously.
The big story of the store begins with ransacking the favorite royal target of the tabloids, the wife of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex. The magazine tells the same old stories that Markle is unpopular with the rest of the family, makes unreasonable demands, violates the “royal protocol” and is generally heinous towards everyone around her. None of these claims is true, but the tabloid is still moving forward. A so-called “royal source” tells the magazine: “Charles was so fed up with Meghan’s complaints that he complained of calling Harry to meet him at Buckingham Palace, where he had left her a bombshell. on the head”.
The output states that it was at that time that Prince Charles told his son, “I am not your biological father. After the birth of your brother William, your mother and I were separated, Diana betrayed me and conceived you in a secret affair with another man! The so-called “royal snitch” adds: “Charles rocked Harry again, telling him that he knew the truth. since birth and shortly after having passed a DNA test that proved it. “In addition to the drama, the tabloid quotes the” snitch “:” When Harry asked him to tell who his real father was, Charles turned and walked ”
The tabloid then argues that if Prince Charles surrendered Public information, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would lose everything – their house, their money, their titles – and they “Work to make a living.” The last two paragraphs of the article are devoted to men who this fictitious plot theory has long portrayed as Prince Harry’s biological father, notably James Hewitt, who had an affair with Princess Dia. na in the 1980s, around the time of Prince Harry’s birth.
It is true that the case occurred, as Princess Diana and Hewitt later acknowledged. But the case began after the birth of Prince Harry, as shown by documents and, as Hewitt stated in an interview in 2017 as reported by the Telegraph . The former naval officer was asked if he was Prince Harry’s father and he answered categorically, “No, I am not.” The reporter then asked him why the story persisted. Hewitt’s answer was something that could apply whenever the tabloids make up a story about the royal family. He replied, “He sells papers.”
In February 2018, the sister publication of Globe on National Enquirer also used the far-fetched scenario to sell papers. This cover story also claimed that Prince Harry’s true father was not Prince Charles . The point of sale even had the nerve to call the story a “world exclusive”, as if inventing a false story based on a decades-old conspiracy theory was a kind of scoop.
In this story, Prince Harry’s father was the other man named in the most recent article of Globe Warrant Officer Mark Dyer. The proof? They both have red hair. As recalled Gossip Cop whether being redheaded was the only logic, the Duke of Sussex could be connected to any “from David Caruso to Ed Sheeran”. This whole theory has been belied many times, but Gossip Cop has been repeatedly forced to correct the tabloids when a new version of the same nonsense is published. This last take on the subject was only an excuse to launch Markle’s name into the mix.