Guided by your precise directions, I try to write about cruel claims made regarding Prince Harry’s paternity. It is nothing more than a rumour which props for drawing attention time and again. The surprising thing is that the foreign media brings such sort of stories with many connotations. Yet, this is shortly rubbished too.
Just as there is floating news of the probability of Prince Harry’s return to Birmingham Palace so as his hair colour is being associated with James Hewitt, one-time Princess Diana’s rumoured lover. He and Harry have similar ginger hair colour and this comparison prompts similarity between the two. So, it was rumoured that Hewitt could be the father of Harry. However, Hewitt had already cleared that he did not meet Princess Diana until and after Prince Harry was born.
But, despite all the rumours or the bodily comparisons, the younger royal prince could not be believed to be James Hewitt’s son and Prince Charles stepson? One twitter user wrote: He is Phillip’s double, apart from the hair colour, he looks nothing like James Hewitt. He should not have a little anyway.
Wringing the heads, it can be said that the hair colour does not completely confirm the paternity. First of all, you should be aware that nucleated DNA, the DNA necessary for a paternity test is found in the root of the hair and not in the shaft. And thus, none of the above layers contains the DNA required for a paternity test.
Prince Harry’s thicket of ginger hair looks like fur on a freshly licked kitten into itself that would be growing quickly as a mint after rain until it had to be huddled into soft, twisted bunches, always trying to escape in a few adamant impressions.
Therefore, the rude rumour stands annulled as it fails on both the scales hair colour and rumoured lover angle. Prince Harry has become a royal figure who remains in the limelight on and off.