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Does anyone had a transcript of the hypnosis of Hewitt ? If yes, please could you post it ? Thank you very much !
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Old 08-04-2007, 04:24 PM
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Transcripts of Larry King's show. Quite interesting.

Interview aired on January 08, 2003

Interview aired on September 26, 2003
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Actually several books such as Sarah Bradford's book and Sally Bendell Smith's book both do not show James Hewitt in much bad lights.I don't think he is a smart man but he is basically not a very bad man. I think he felt he was ditched by Diana for her own purposes and exposed him to the wolf pack and then he lost everything: his military position,his creditablilty and etc. He was unable to have a normal life Then he used Diana for his own end but it is still understandable for me. James Hewitt is basically a weak man.
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Old 08-05-2007, 09:45 AM
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Actually several books such as Sarah Bradford's book and Sally Bendell Smith's book both do not show James Hewitt in much bad lights.I don't think he is a smart man but he is basically not a very bad man. I think he felt he was ditched by Diana for her own purposes and exposed him to the wolf pack and then he lost everything: his military position,his creditablilty and etc. He was unable to have a normal life Then he used Diana for his own end but it is still understandable for me. James Hewitt is basically a weak man.
Well he's not the worst man on earth. I mean, he loved her, she loved him and he took a crazy risk to start an affair with her. In an other period of History they would have been killed for that. In the interview I've posted previously, he said he regretted some things he had done to her and the book Princess In Love, was IMO one of them. This lovestiry ruined his life but as he told Larry King, he would have done exactly the same thing if he had to do it again. 5 years is some time, it's more than a simple affair. I think she loved him more than any other lovers she's ever had (but that's only my humble opinion ).
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Old 08-05-2007, 02:58 PM
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I haven't read all of this thread however I felt I must reply as I feel so strongly. If James Hewitt believes he is Harry's dad then he should take that up with Charles and Harry in private. If he does't belive that then this thread is pointless and hurtful.
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Old 08-05-2007, 04:33 PM
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I haven't read all of this thread however I felt I must reply as I feel so strongly. If James Hewitt believes he is Harry's dad then he should take that up with Charles and Harry in private. If he does't belive that then this thread is pointless and hurtful.
But hasn't Hewitt said several times publicly that he does not believe it. If I recall, he's actually spelled it out quite clearly: "I am not Prince Harry's father," as in "read my lips". It seems like there are just people in the media who bring this up on occasion and it has nothing to do with the people directly affected by the accusations. What's sad is that the TRF membership aren't the ones you or anyone has to convince of it's not being true. It's the people generally not interested in royalty who usually believe it, simply because they see some red hair and things in common, because those people (non-royalty followers) don't know or give a damn what anyone in the Spencer family looks like!
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Old 08-05-2007, 05:14 PM
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I work with a lady who is convinced that the British government, and the Australian government, actually have contingency plans in place to deny Harry the throne if he ever ends up in a position to inherit it directly.

Nothing will convince her otherwise - not only that Hewitt is Harry's father but that the governments have these plans. When asked to provide a source she just says that she has heard it but can't remember where.

I tell this story because it is the sort of thing that people are ready to believe rather than looking at the evidence that is provided.
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Old 08-05-2007, 06:24 PM
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Actually several books such as Sarah Bradford's book and Sally Bendell Smith's book both do not show James Hewitt in much bad lights.I don't think he is a smart man but he is basically not a very bad man. I think he felt he was ditched by Diana for her own purposes and exposed him to the wolf pack and then he lost everything: his military position,his creditablilty and etc. He was unable to have a normal life Then he used Diana for his own end but it is still understandable for me. James Hewitt is basically a weak man.
Well Smith wasn't very complimentary to Hewitt either. She described him as weak, emotionally immature and suffering from a sense of inadequacy for which he compensated by womanizing.

However, in the next book on my list to read by her bodyguard Ken Wharfe, Ken says that no matter what anyone says about Hewitt, he thinks Hewitt was good for her and Hewitt never compromised her security. I can't wait to read that book.
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Old 08-05-2007, 07:00 PM
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I know that you are both right, it just angers me so much. William and Harry have so little of a private life and I know thats a whole different debate but I just feel for them. Especially Harry. I did see in the interview they did in America that Harry does't believe his hair is red!
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Old 08-05-2007, 10:33 PM
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I did see in the interview they did in America that Harry does't believe his hair is red!
I don't know what you mean by this. If you mean that he was shocked Wills called him "Ginger" I don't think that means he denies he has red hair. I think it was just embarrassing for Wills to pop out with that, so randomly and suddenly. The "Ginger" thing just opens up another doorway, leading to Maryann and Ginger jokes, although Harry is definitely neither one, as he is totally "Professor"!

Very true, Chrissy. I have encountered plenty of just so people. This story comes as no shock, as it sounds very familiar to me, sadly but truly.
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Well Smith wasn't very complimentary to Hewitt either. She described him as weak, emotionally immature and suffering from a sense of inadequacy for which he compensated by womanizing.

However, in the next book on my list to read by her bodyguard Ken Wharfe, Ken says that no matter what anyone says about Hewitt, he thinks Hewitt was good for her and Hewitt never compromised her security. I can't wait to read that book.
How funny, I just ordered it . Can't wait to read it too .

Bradford explains who painful it was for Diana to let him go (when he left for war but then when he moved to Germany just after getting back from the Gulf).
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I work with a lady who is convinced that the British government, and the Australian government, actually have contingency plans in place to deny Harry the throne if he ever ends up in a position to inherit it directly.
Nothing will convince her otherwise - not only that Hewitt is Harry's father but that the governments have these plans. When asked to provide a source she just says that she has heard it but can't remember where.

I tell this story because it is the sort of thing that people are ready to believe rather than looking at the evidence that is provided.
That is the trouble chrissy57, what evidence? A few people posting on TRF's, picking out a few pictures they believe show a likeness to the Spencer clan, or Windsor ears/eyes/nose.

In her defence, she is probably right about the British government!
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That is the trouble chrissy57, what evidence? A few people posting on TRF's, picking out a few pictures they believe show a likeness to the Spencer clan, or Windsor ears/eyes/nose.

In her defence, she is probably right about the British government!
Re the two Governments plans for the future. That wouldn't surprise me at all. There always is, with highly coveted positions, a lot of subterfuge, misdealing,double dealing,etc.

From the looks of things, ostensibly anyway, the queen is likely to have a long still reign. Charles, then Will. The young man in question won't have to worry. Lets hope in the meantime he finds happiness in his life.
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That is the trouble chrissy57, what evidence? A few people posting on TRF's, picking out a few pictures they believe show a likeness to the Spencer clan, or Windsor ears/eyes/nose.
On general-topic boards, whenever this subject comes up, there'll be a few people claiming that Harry must be James Hewitt's son because where else would he get his red hair? the royal family don't have redheads and his mother was blonde after all. So someone posts a few photos of the other Spencers to show that red hair is common in the Spencer line and Diana just happened to take after her mother rather than her father in her looks, and most of the "Harry is Hewitt's son" merchants have never seen any of those photos or have a clue what Sarah McCorquodale looks like or knew that Diana had a bunch of red-haired siblings and nephews and nieces.

Most of the time it makes no difference, and people just shrug off the evidence because they really for some reason want to believe that Hewitt is Harry's father. So I tend to agree with Chrissy. When you see comments about "Where does he get his red hair? it doesn't run in the family" followed by "Having some red-haired relations doesn't mean anything," it's fairly clear that you're dealing with people who aren't going to be impressed by being given the exact evidence they claimed they were looking for.
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the royal family don't have redheads and his mother was blonde after all.
In pictures of her in her later childhood/early teens when her hair had begun to darken, it looks like she would have had a reddish tinge if she had not lightened her hair as an adult. I've often wondered how dark her hair would have been had she let it go to her natural color.
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it's fairly clear that you're dealing with people who aren't going to be impressed by being given the exact evidence they claimed they were looking for.
It's also that most people posting on those kinds of boards don't care about royalty at all except in the most general terms. These are the people who see something on Prince Charles on the news (in the US, a quickie mention and shot of him wearing a kilt, with something about organic farming) and laugh and say, "He's such a looney tunes" or something like that. Or else they see the Queen and Philip visiting Virginia and say something benign about her hats and corgis and all the kind of stuff that make for popular legend about her. Then after making these dismissive comments, they go on about their business. That is the reality of the perspectives on royalty in the world, very shallow and general, and dismissive. No one except us at TRF cares.
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Can anyone tell me without a doubt when Hewitt was born. I went through various websites and the problem is some say it's on January 17, 1958 and others April 30, 1958. So what's the right day ?
There's also a mix with the location, is it in Londonderry, Northern Ireland or in Dublin, Ireland (wikipedia says that but I doubt it's right) ?

Thank you in advance
I'm kind of confused
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The guy is such a sleazebag! He totally took advantage of her and he continues to cash in. What a loser. Someone should come out with a tell all book about HIM! I'm sure a guy like that has plenty of dirt in his past.
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The guy is such a sleazebag! He totally took advantage of her and he continues to cash in. What a loser. Someone should come out with a tell all book about HIM! I'm sure a guy like that has plenty of dirt in his past.
The only problem with that, is that we will loose tons of trees for the use of the paper, to print a book that no one will care about!
We all know that he is a sleeze bag and his only claim to "fame" is his affair with Diana. So other than that, who would care about his dirty past, if indeed he does have one. i know I wouldn't. It wouldn't tell us anything new about him that we already don't know.
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The only problem with that, is that we will loose tons of trees for the use of the paper, to print a book that no one will care about!
Really, really good point !
Anyway I never bought one of his book and I never will. If he's sad because he thinks he lost the love of his life, he can only take this on him. He screwed up with her. As far as I remember he, or should I say Anna Pasternak , published this book. And the few I've read of the reviews and contents of it is bad, really bad.
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