It’s safe to say James Hewitt has led a pretty colourful life.
From wooing princesses to pop stardom to – well – mowing lawns and raking leaves for a living, he has quite the CV.
The late royal herself made no secret of their romance, publicly admitting the fling during her famed Panorama interview in 1995.
Hewitt is believed to have become close with Di around the same time Prince Charles was secretly seeing Camilla Parker-Bowles behind his wife’s back.
However, Hewitt has been haunted by speculation he was in fact Prince Harry’s real dad in the years that followed.
Despite repeatedly denying the rumours for more than two decades years since, many refuse to accept his pleas.
But who is the man behind the Harry myth – and is there any evidence to suggest he could actually be the prince’s dad?
Born in Belfast in April 1958 to Olympic pentathlete and Royal Marine John Hewitt and mum Shirley, he grew up in Kent and Devon.
He attended Millfield in Somerset – one of the UK top public schools.
Hewitt graduated from the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst before joining the…