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Harry cruelly taunted over 'dad James Hewitt' claims due to 'ginger hair'
Prince Harry continues to be bombarded with claims that Prince Charles is not his real dad.There have been decades of speculation that Prince Diana's former lover James Hewitt, a former tank commander, could be Harry's dad.These speculations have endlessly been fuelled by the fact that he and James have ginger hair and and has been a question Harry's dodged since childhood. READ MORE: Prince Harry saw Jubilee as 'time to shine but game plan to win Brits over backfired'A few weeks after the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations and speculation about Harry's dad began to resurface on Twitter, many pointed out the similarity between Harry and James.One observer wrote on Twitter: "Seeing Harry at the Jubilee just makes me think that James Hewitt is his dad."Another wrote: "The older Harry's getting, the more he's looking like James Hewitt," followed by an eyes emoji.James prefers to keep out of the public eye nowadays but has spoken out twice in the past to categorically deny being the Prince's birth father.In 2017, during a frank and candid television interview, he was asked directly if he was Harry's father, to which he replied: "No, I'm not."Pressed over why the rumours have persisted for so long, he said: "It's worse for him [Harry] probably, the poor chap."James and Diana reportedly began an affair around the same time Prince Charles was said to have started an affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, now his second wife and the Duchess of Cornwall, in 1986.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.It comes after father-of-two Harry is on track to release a new book about his life as a royal.
Royal expert baffled with Prince Harry's claim about bike rides with Archie
Prince Harry's claims that he was 'not allowed to ride his bike' by his parents as a child have been called into question by a royal expert.The comments, where the Duke of Sussex compared his childhood in England with that of his three-year-old son Archie in the US, came during his controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey last year.Speaking highly of his family's new life in California, he said: "I guess the highlight for me is sticking him [Archie] on the back of a bicycle in his little baby seat and taking him on bike rides which is something I was never able to do when I was young."READ MORE: Queen unveils trendy new look at 96 and dramatically ditches her walking stickHarry then doubled down on his bicycle take by telling Dax Shepard on the Armchair Expert podcast last May that he would "never have had the chance" to ride with dad Prince Charles as his son does now.But royal commentator Daniela Elser brought this under scrutiny after digging up photos of Harry enjoying a bike ride with his father as a young boy.Writing in, she said: "As far as Harry is concerned it is only now that he has the freedom to strap in his two-year-old boy and cycle around the exclusive neighbourhood, just a father and son, the dappled sunshine and a Range Rover full of protection officers purring along in their wake."To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Elser countered this by stating that there was at least four occasions where Charles took him and Prince William for fun on two wheels — "because there are some uncomfortable family photos of him doing it".Charles was once pictured on his bicycle on the Balmoral grounds in 1988 towing a four-year-old Harry behind him
Prince Harry's 'desperate for approval' as expert warns him to 'stop giving interviews'
Prince Harry should stop giving interviews to American media after showing signs of desperation for approval from his brother Prince William, a royal expert urged.The relationship between the brothers was "strained in the extreme" according to Daily Mirror royal editor, Russell Myers who discussed the ongoing tensions of the princes."We saw at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, they didn't unfortunately hang out at all," he spoke on Australia's Today Show.READ NEXT: Prince Harry 'very keen' to share military experience with Ukraine in war against Putin"I was at St Paul's Cathedral where I saw Prince Harry sort of straining his neck to try and catch his brother's eye but didn't manage to at all."They didn't spend any time over those four days at all but I think Prince Harry needs to stop giving interviews to American television networks before the two brothers nearly sit down and get back to their best and I imagine that's not gonna happen before long."Harry and wife Meghan Markle flew from California across pond to attend his grandmother's Platinum Jubilee celebrations and attended the Thanksgiving Service at St Paul's Cathedral.The Sussexes, who are no longer working members of the Royal Family, sat metres apart from the Cambridges and Harry showed a sign that he was "desperate for approval from his brother", Russell added.Host Karl Stefanovic commented: "I hadn't realised the fact that probably it was coming from, the shutouts from William, as opposed to Harry."I think we all assumed, considering the bad press around Meghan and Harry, that it's always like them subbing people but actually, Harry is looking for approval from his brother but his brother is shutting the door."For the latest breaking news and stories from
Bear Grylls praises 'close' pal Prince William after hinting at collab with Meghan & Harry
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as he films the latest series of his programme, Running Wild.Speaking exclusively to, the explorer didn't hold back as he gushed over the royal family and his close pal Prince William for their conservation efforts.Bear said: "So I think all the royal family are incredible like that and super dialled in to the conservation stuff."Prince William and myself are very closely involved with a conservation society."And I know that something that is really close to Prince George's heart as well, he loves all of that," he added.Discussing the young prince, Bear went on: "So they are incredible at what they do for so much for conservation around the world."He already is a wildlife campaigner which is amazing to see."I also think he's living proof that adventure is a state of mind."It's about having life in your eye, having a big heart for other people and for our planet."And then a determination to actually do something about it," he explained.It comes as the explorer is filming the latest season of his Running Wild series.But Bear wasn't giving anything away when asked if he'd like to feature the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the next series of his adventure programme.Bear replied: "Well, you know, we're not announcing anything yet."We have probably our most amazing guests we've ever had on Running Wild coming up this year."We've got probably our biggest announcements for Running Wild.So yeah, nothing official to say yet," he added.He went on to address the prospect of environment campaigners Harry and Meghan appearing on the show, which has previously seen the likes of former US president Barack Obama take on the elements.Bear said: "That would be a great one and talk about stuff
Prince Harry's bizarre language 'infuriated' Palace during Platinum Jubilee celebrations
Prince Harry's return to the UK during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations has sparked many wild theories from supposed Royal experts.And the latest one comes from Australian TV, where an expert has claimed that his “bizarre language” pre-celebration made Buckingham Palace “absolutely furious”.According to Russell Myers, co-host of Pod Save The Queen podcast and royal editor for the Daily Mirror, the issues stem from an interview Harry gave at the Invictus Games last month.He said, on Australian TV: “Harry was giving an interview just a couple of weeks ago when he was at the Invictus Games.“It was all, sort of, bizarre language, he was there to protect the Queen and these things are not going down too well.“If it (their relationship) is to be repaired, then there needs to be a bit more water under the bridge.“If Harry's looking for some, sort of, piecemeal then he was a long way off that.“The people I speak to, the Palace every day, who are obviously very, very well connected with the top players, as it were - they are still absolutely furious.“You can't go on, you know, international television interview with Oprah Winfrey, complaining about your treatment with the family and then wanting to sit down with them when you're still giving interviews.”The Royal rift continues to rumble on, despite attempts from the Queen to bring the family together during the celebrations. She even sent her own personal Land Rover to pick Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle up from Farnborough Airport to Frogmore Cottage when they arrived in the UK at the start of the month.
Prince Harry 'more of his own man' when Meghan is not around, says body language expert
Prince Harry seems to be more of his own man when he attends events without his wife, a body language expert has observed.The Duke of Sussex's mannerisms were studied during a polo game in Southern Carolina last week by Darren Stanton, who offered his views on what they meant to Marie Claire magazine on behalf of Slingo.Meghan Markle was not at the match, where Harry played for his local team Los Padres and, speaking generally, Stanton said: "Harry seems to be more of his own man when attending events on his own, as he has a confidence and resilience we don’t tend to see when he’s accompanied by Meghan Markle."Having been playing polo since he was a child, Harry shares a passion for the horseback sport with his father Prince Charles and his brother Prince William, even if the trio share very little else in common at the moment.Relations have reportedly been strained between Harry and his father and elder brother since he and Meghan decided to quit their roles as senior members of the Royal Family. But, if that rumoured feud is taking its toll on the Duke, then he appears to leave his troubles behind on the polo field, with Stanton declaring: "It's really interesting that Prince Harry appears always at his most relaxed and genuinely most happy when he’s either at the Invictus Games interacting with all the other athletes and attendees, or at other sporting occasions such as the polo.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, KCVO ADC (Henry Charles Albert David;15 September 1984) is the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales and is sixth in the line of succession to the British throne. Harry was educated at Wetherby School, Ludgrove School, and Eton College. He spent parts of his gap year in Australia and Lesotho. He then underwent officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. He was commissioned as a cornet (second lieutenant) into the Blues and Royals, serving temporarily with his brother Prince William, and he completed his training as a troop leader. In 2007–08, he served for over ten weeks in Helmand, Afghanistan, but was pulled out after an Australian magazine revealed his presence there. He returned to Afghanistan for a 20-week deployment in 2012–13 with the Army Air Corps. He left the army in June 2015.