New play suggests James Hewitt is Prince Harry’s father
A new play claims Britain’s Prince Harry was fathered by James Hewitt.
The West End production, titled ‘Truth, Lies, Diana’, suggests that the 30-year-old prince was fathered by the former Household Cavalry officer and not Prince Charles.
Hewitt personally admitted his relationship with Princess Diana started 18 months prior to Harry’s birth, according to writer Jon Conway, who also confirmed that Hewitt is happy for the revelation to be used in the play.
In one scene, Hewitt’s character says: “Diana and I started our relationship more than a year before Harry was born.
“Now that doesn’t prove that I am his father. It’s just the inconvenient truth.”
Conway spent two years interviewing Hewitt, 56, who he says made some “remarkable” admissions during their conversations.
The writer shared: “There is a startling revelation that James Hewitt makes and he has allowed me to make it in the play.
“This is the fact that his relationship with Diana started 18 months before Prince Harry was born.”
The controversial play is based on a series of books by investigative journalist John Morgan, as well as interviews with Hewitt and Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell.