Camilla Parker Bowles Demands DNA test for Prince Harry!
Things are not looking pretty at the Palace of the British Monarch as an internal feud amongst the Royals continues to grow. Warring parties include Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry on one side against Prince Charles’ second wife Camilla Parker Bowles.
According to Youth Health, the real feud that has been taking place between the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker Bowles, recently took a nasty turn when Prince Harry fed up of Camilla’s act of belittling Kate every time spoke up against her.
It is being said that Prince Harry came to the rescue of sister-in-law Kate and stated that how Kate is more regal than Camilla herself can ever be. This argument did not go down well with Camilla as she called Prince Harry the result of one of his mother’s flings.
Adding to this rather disgraceful comment is the request that the Duchess of Cornwall has put in front of Prince Charles. She wants Prince Charles to get a paternity test done in order to determine if Harry is indeed his son or not.
For years Prince Harry’s paternity has proved to be a deep source of pain for the young Prince and it seems Camilla is enjoying every single bit of it by purposely bringing up the topic again.
Realty Today added that even though Camilla often calls Kate a mere commoner, she shouldn’t forget she herself is one. The media outlet also added that Prince Charles once privately admitted that Prince Harry is not his real son but his real father is a soldier called James Hewitt.
It is also being alleged that Prince Harry is the result of the affair Princess Diana had with the military man and Hewitt will be holding onto them after having attempted to sell them.
No matter what the truth is, Prince Harry has always been known as the young Prince of the United Kingdom and even better as the Future King William’s brother. Apart from this Prince Harry also admires his sister-in-law and that’s the reason why he stood up for her.
Photo source: Facebook/Prince William and Kate Middleton