A tabloid reported that Prince Harry is not the actual father of royal baby Archie, with the title “Harry’s NOT The Daddy.” Of course, this is false news. Read on to learn more.
As the Globe reports, “In the days leading up to Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan, giving birth, the couple was stunned to learn a DNA test using amniotic fluid, routinely performed on royal babies, revealed the redhead is NOT the child’s daddy.” They then continue about Harry, and how he “refuses to accept [a] royal DNA test proving he’s not the father of [his] American wife’s baby.” They even quote an alleged “high-level palace source” who said, “Harry was devastated… All the joy he felt for the infant evaporated in an instant. He turned ghastly white and Meghan burst into tears as she stammered, ‘This is impossible. It can’t be true.’”
What is not at all true are these ridiculous claims which can hardly be topped by a similar tabloid. The “source” says how Prince Harry “turned on the royal official who brought the DNA and yelled, ‘This is a sick scam,’” before he wished to know how the “enemies” of Meghan within the palace can even “concoct this conspiracy against an innocent child — our child?” We wish to know how someone dares to think something like this and publish it.
The publication tries to cover their tracks afterwards, as they wrote that Prince Harry had another DNA test that revealed: “he is the infant’s biological father.” However, this fictional “palace source” claims there is a “wall of skepticism from his family. No one seems to believe him.”
Who would ever even slightly think that Harry is not the father? The article explained why Prince Harry would ever need a DNA test, as there have never been rumors about Meghan’s unfaithfulness. Near the end of the story, it says Prince Harry knows “Meghan’s baby is his,” even if his relatives “aren’t convinced.” Moreover, he “doesn’t want his child, while seventh in line for the throne, to be tortured by, ‘who’s the daddy?’ questions like he’s faced all his life since he looks nothing like Charles.”
The Globe is widely famous for making up fictitious royals stories. In March of last year, the same faulty magazine wrongly reported that Prince Harry has a “love child” that would interfere with the royal wedding. Around three months ago, another one of their articles claimed Prince Charles disowned Harry after a “DNA shocker” that revealed he was not his biological son, and that the “Red-haired former royal bodyguard Mark Dyer is the real father.” In truth, Prince Harry is like a clone of his grandfather Prince Philip.
Lastly, some six weeks ago, the same gossip outlet made a front page article about Queen Elizabeth, and how she booted Harry and Meghan from the royal family. As all of you know, all of these ridiculous stories are completely fake. Harry is a true member of the family, there was no cheating, and little baby Archie is his and Meghan’s biological son. Everything is well with the Royals.