King Charles III said to Harry: “Who knows if I’m your real father?”
Prince Harry has actually spoken in his memoir regarding his mom Princess Diana of Wales’ event with Commander James Hewitt. And he told about a joke that the existing King Carlos III made to him: “Who knows if I am your real father?”.
Harry told “Spare” that Carlos “suched as to inform stories”. And that one of his finest was a check out to an asylum where he met a man asserting to be the Prince of Wales.
Adhering to the narrative, Carlos joked: “Who knows if I’m your real father? Possibly your father actually remains in Broadmoor, my dear kid!”. Harry called the joke “in bad taste” due to the fact that at the time there was a rumor that his real father was perhaps James Hewitt.
Hewitt had a five-year affair with Princess Diana when he was a young cavalry officer, between 1986 as well as 1991. This was confirmed by Princess Diana herself in the controversial BBC Panorama interview with reporter Martin Bashir.
Harry’s similarity to the military officer spread the word. In his memoirs, the Duke of Sussex states the gossip continued in spite of the reality that “my mom did not meet the older Hewitt up until long after I was birthed.” As well as he adds that if Carlos assumed anything regarding Commander Hewitt, he “he maintained it to himself.”