Rupert Everett Spills Tea on Who Took Prince Harry's Virginity

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Rupert Everett may have the answer to the question on everyone's lips about the mystery woman who took Prince Harry's virginity, as claimed in his newly released memoir, Spare. The young prince claimed it happened behind a pub, but Everett thinks otherwise and may even know her identity.

Keep reading for the details.

Prince Harry's Account

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According to the book, the Duke of Sussex revealed he lost his virginity to an older woman in a field behind a busy pub. He claimed the woman treated him like a young stallion but refused to reveal her name.

"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.”

Everett Thinks Otherwise

However, Everett boldly claims that he knows exactly who did the deed in Harry's book in his interview for the Telegraph Magazine.

“By the way, I know who the woman he lost his virginity to is. And it wasn’t behind a pub. And it wasn’t in this country.”

Does Everett Think Harry Is Trying To Protect The Woman

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He was asked if he was suggesting that Harry had tried to cover his own tracks and protect the identity of the woman involved. The actor wore a mysterious grin and said.

“I’m just putting it out there that I know."

Calling His Bluff

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A source close to Harry himself has responded to his claims and described it as "amazing" that the actor would know the prince's story even more than Harry himself.

Where Did It Take Place

The location of the incident was allegedly believed to be the Rattlebone Inn in Sherston, Wiltshire, where Williams and Harry were regular callers.

An Inglorious Episode

The Duke of Sussex describes the episode by recounting how his aide and mentor at that time, Marko Dyer, paid him a visit in 2001 when he was still a student, between 16-17 years old, at Eton College Windsor and told the prince he had been sent to find out the truth.

Harry Thought They Had Been Seen

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On hearing Dyer's mission, Harry thought someone had seen him when he lost his virginity behind that pub, but Dyer was there because someone had tipped off Charles' press officers about Harry's alleged drug use, which he said were "all lies."

Elizabeth Hurley

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A major suspect in the case, actor and model Elizabeth Hurley denied rumors that she had taken the Duke's virginity at that time in an interview with the Times.

"Not me. Not guilty. Ha!."

A Change Of View

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Everett, however, confessed that following the revelations, his perception of the duke changed.

"It’s made me change my view. I was angry before, and now I just feel very sad – sad for Harry. I felt so sympathetic towards him for years and I still do now."