Rupert Everett Claims to Know Who Prince Harry Lost His Virginity To

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Rupert Everett is speaking up about Prince Harry’s first sexual encounter. Everett is challenging a claim that was made by Prince Harry in his memoir, Spare, which was released on January 10th and had several personal revelations.

One of the said revelations was a story of how he lost his virginity saying that it was in “a grassy field behind a busy pub,”  around 2001. But, Everett is now alleging in a new interview with The Telegraph that things didn’t quite happen that way.

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But the 36-year-old actor gave an interview the same day that the memoir was published, and decided to counter Prince Harry’s story.

“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,” Everett said “with a twinkle in his eye,” he told the Telegraph. “I’m just putting it out there that I know.” Apparently, a source close to Prince Harry went on to tell the outlet “amazing that he would know such a personal detail better than Prince Harry himself.”

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 In the book, The Duke of Sussex wrote about losing his virginity at the end of 2001 when he was just 17. Royal aide Mark Dyer had come to visit him at Eton saying that he was surprised when he arrived “ looking grim” saying he came to learn the truth. 

“I suspected he was referring to my recent loss of virginity. Inglorious episode, with an older woman. She liked horses, quite a lot, and treated me not unlike a young stallion,” The prince wrote. “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. Obviously, someone had seen us,” he noted.

Instead, Prince Harry stated that Dyer was sent to ask if he had been doing any drugs after a tablet editor had contacted Prince Charles’s office claiming she had proof that he was, which Harry disputed as false and defamatory.

Through an interview with people when the Spare was released, he noted that he wrote the Memoir in order to set the record straight. “For 38 years, countless media outlets and others have told a distorted version of my story. I’m at a place in my life where I’m ready to share the truth about my lived experience, in my own words,” the royal told PEOPLE.

“I’ve been working on this for the past two years and have poured my heart and soul into it, choosing each moment with care. It has been a privilege to be able to tell my story in my words.”

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