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    Elizabeth Hurley Breaks Silence On Rumor That She Took Prince Harry’s Virginity “In A Grassy Field Behind A Busy Pub”

    Prince Harry detailed a number of intimate instances in his autobiography ‘Spare‘. One of the few that later became subjects of curious discussion among fans was the Prince talking about him losing his virginity to an ‘older woman’. Ever since the book came out, fans have speculated who that ‘older woman’ might be, and many fingers pointed at British model Elizabeth Hurley. As rumors circulated about the model and the Prince’s possible sexual encounter, Hurley came out to address these rumors, promptly responding that they were anything but true.

    While on the show Watch What Happens Livewith Andy Cohen, the model said, “That was ludicrous! He said, ‘She was English. She was older than me. It was in Gloucestershire.’ And they were like, ‘Ah, it’s Elizabeth.’ It was absurd. It was ridiculous.” She added, jokingly, “It was like saying, ‘He’s great-looking. He’s American.’ Oh, it’s Andy Cohen.” She also clarified that she actually has never met him.

    In his memoir, Harry detailed his first sexual partner and wrote, “She liked horses, quite a lot, and treated me not unlike a young stallion. Quick ride, after which she’d smacked my rump and sent me off to graze. Among the many things about it that were wrong: It happened in a grassy field behind a busy pub.”

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    Revelations From Prince Harry’s ‘Spare’

    Prince Harry
    Prince Harry

    This was not the only thing the Prince revealed in his book. He had plenty more surprising details to reveal, more particularly the ones that revealed instances from the Royal Family.

    Talking about how Charles revealed his mother Princess Diana’s death, he wrote how the news was broken to him, “Mummy was quite badly injured and taken to a hospital, darling boy. He always called me ‘darling boy,’ but he was saying it quite a lot now. His voice was soft. He was in shock, it seemed. What I do remember with startling clarity is that I didn’t cry. Not one tear. Pa didn’t hug me. He wasn’t great at showing emotions under normal circumstances, how could he be expected to show them in such a crisis? But his hand did fall once more on my knee and he said: It’s going to be OK. That was quite a lot for him. Fatherly, hopeful, kind. And so very untrue.”

    He further wrote about how he felt during his mother’s funeral, remembering, “The flag came off and the coffin descended to the bottom of the hole, that finally broke me. My body convulsed and my chin fell and I began to sob uncontrollably into my hands. I felt ashamed of violating the family ethos, but I couldn’t hold it in any longer. It’s OK, I reassured myself, it’s OK.” Harry continued, “There aren’t any cameras around. Besides, I wasn’t crying because I believed my mother was in that hole. Or in that coffin. I promised myself l’d never believe that, no matter what anyone said. No, I was crying at the mere idea. It would just be so unbearably tragic, I thought, if it was actually true.”

    Princess Diana was a doting mother and much of Harry’s life has been influenced by her. he also feels a connection between his late mother and his now wife, Meghan Markle.

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