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Old 11-28-2005, 03:22 AM
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Oh, I've heard that the Queen Mum has favored William since they were young. (Back when William was the basher and Harry was the quiet subdued one). I suppose there is no way to prove this, of course, but that's just what I've read and I found it strange.
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Old 11-28-2005, 05:46 PM
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That makes sense. After all, William is the heir and Harry is the spare.
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Old 11-28-2005, 05:46 PM
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I have always thought that Harry looked more like his cousins on the Spencer side of the family. I haven't seen photos in ages but I remember seeing them at Diana's funeral. It would be interesting to see current photos of the Spencer cousins to compare.
I'm sure that we can all agree that Diana was his mother!!!!
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Old 11-28-2005, 06:11 PM
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Oh, I've heard that the Queen Mum has favored William since they were young. (Back when William was the basher and Harry was the quiet subdued one). I suppose there is no way to prove this, of course, but that's just what I've read and I found it strange.
The Queen Mum has always favored the eldest son. Charles was her favorite grandson although we know that Andrew, Anne, Edward, Lady Sarah, and Viscount Linley all couldn't be illegitimate.

It's the same with William and Harry.
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Old 11-28-2005, 06:18 PM
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Sooo suddenly Hewitts says that his affair with Di started in 1982? How interesting... I guess we will soon be graced with a new updated and improved version of his master piece A Princess in Love (one got to pay one's taxes, and Bentleys don't come cheap).
PLEASE folks, get real. Jamie sold about everything there was to be sold about DI.
Well having started this thread on the tangent of Harry's paternity, it really wasn't my purpose to debate whether Harry is Charles' son or not.

I think its ridiculous to say he is Hewitt's son; I just posed the question because it appeared that the average Brit thinks its obvious that he is Hewitt's son and if that's what they think, that has to have implications for Harry

It's one thing for a few nuts to say it, quite another for the average man on the street to casually pass it off in a conversation over beer in a pub like its a known fact.

Any Brits out there who can give some insight on what the average bloke thinks?
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Old 11-28-2005, 06:40 PM
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Any Brits out there who can give some insight on what the average bloke thinks?
The average person thinks that Harry is Hewitt's son.
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Old 11-28-2005, 09:25 PM
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The average person thinks that Harry is Hewitt's son.
Are you now saying you're "average"?
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Old 11-28-2005, 10:31 PM
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i think she is saying that people who aren't hard core royalty fans think that harry looks alot like hewitt. more like hewitt than he should to be a son of charles
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Old 11-29-2005, 06:18 AM
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Well having started this thread on the tangent of Harry's paternity, it really wasn't my purpose to debate whether Harry is Charles' son or not.
Any Brits out there who can give some insight on what the average bloke thinks?
Joe on the street in Scotland and England, think he is Hewitts son.
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Old 11-29-2005, 09:08 AM
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Oh darling, far from it. But that seems the general opinion. That Harry is Hewitt's son - I'm not saying I believe or disbelieve that.
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Old 11-29-2005, 09:18 AM
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LOL. BTW I love your new avatar BeatrixFan.

Back to Harry, that's got to cause a problem for him. Any guesses to whether Charles will actually try to set the record straight as he's done recently with other things?
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Old 11-29-2005, 09:34 AM
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The Royal Family won't bow to public opinion on that one. I can't see them having a paternity test on 'The Trisha Show'.

(Isn't the avatar just gorgeous!)
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Old 11-29-2005, 09:39 AM
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the royal family will never do a paternity test in my opinon, they dont want to open a can of worms (not saying it would be scandalous results) and would rather keep the peace as it is.
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Not in public but I'll bet my David Beckham calendar that they've done one in private.
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Old 11-29-2005, 09:46 AM
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Possibly, but why would they want to do one? it cant change anything can it? If he is found to be Hewitts son, what difference would it make? He wont get any royal title taken away or anything.
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It could make a lot of difference if the throne came his way. It wouldn't be the first time a basket has taken the throne but Harry over Anne? I don't think so.
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Old 11-29-2005, 10:02 AM
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Not in public but I'll bet my David Beckham calendar that they've done one in private.
You have a David Beckham calendar? No one in the states knows who he is but there's a girl in our art group that draws copies from magazine photos of him and she's really good.

I just think that if Charles is going to sue the Daily Mail for publishing his inane comments about Chinese ministers (its all pretty innocuous anyway), he should be willing to take this on because it has more lasting impact on Harry.

I mean does anyone here who knows a lot about the British royals think that Harry is Hewitt's son? You'd have to believe that Hewitt and Diana got together in 1982 right after William's birth. That's pushing it as far as I'm concerned.

If they've done the tests and its proven that Harry is Charles' son, there seems to me very little harm and much to be gained by releasing the results. I just can't imagine a scenario wherein Harry is Hewitt's son.
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You have a David Beckham calendar? No one in the states knows who he is but there's a girl in our art group that draws copies from magazine photos of him and she's really good.
Thought I'd got away with that one! I have indeed - for 2006. Fun for every month of the year.

I think Harry is Charles's son - to be frank, the similarity between Harry and Hewitt means nothing. But stranger things have been covered up. And we'll never know the truth - but it's terrible that Harry will go through life being known as 'Harry Windsor - Or is he?'
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Old 11-29-2005, 10:06 AM
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It could make a lot of difference if the throne came his way. It wouldn't be the first time a basket has taken the throne but Harry over Anne? I don't think so.
well, Anne is one thing. but Peter"scarface' Phillips? i'm not sure that's much of an improvement.

Besides Harry is Charles' son. Hewitt has openly said that many times. he and Di didnt get together until after Harry's birth. so it doesnt matter.

btw, i think it's really beastly of everyone to keep going on about this. i'm sure its very hurtful to Charles and Harry that people keep saying that.
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i think it's really beastly of everyone to keep going on about this. i'm sure its very hurtful to Charles and Harry that people keep saying that.
It is. I totally agree. But sadly, just as the conspiracy theories still surround Monroe, Kennedy, Prince George, Diana and the two Princes in the Tower - it'll carry on and on. One day, the press will go a step too far and they'll make it abundantly clear that Harry is Charles's son.
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