Kit Harington Reveals He Was Still 'Too Young' When He Lost His Virginity

The Jon Snow of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' says that he was in his early teens and was at a party when he had sex for the very first time.

AceShowbiz - "Game of Thrones" fans know exactly when and how Jon Snow lost his virginity on the show. But if you ever wonder when and how the character's depicter %cKit Harington% lost his, you should thank Elle which recently managed to make him spill some details in a new interview.

In the chat with the publication, Harington revealed that he was still very young when he had sex for the first time. "Mine was a little less left-field than in a cave," he said of his first experience while joking about the famous "GoT" moment when Jon Snow lost his virginity.

"It was a typical sort of teenage thing, at a party. I was probably too young," he continued. When the interviewer asked if he was 13 years old when it happened, the 30-year-old hunk replied, "No, but you're not far off."

"I think the girl and I just kind of wanted to. You either hold on and do it right, or you're young and decide to get the monkey off your back," he explained.

Harington is currently dating %cRose Leslie%, who played Ygritte on the hit HBO show. Interestingly, Ygritte was the one Harington's Jon Snow lost his virginity to before she died in season 4.

In addition to sharing the juicy story about how he lost his v-card, Harington opened up about his obsession with "Sesame Street" and addressed rumors that his ancestor invented the first flushing toilet for Queen Elizabeth I.

"I was a massive 'Sesame Street' fan when I was little," he said. "I was talking to %cPeter Dinklage% the other day, and he said he'd been on the show and I was like - you can put this in print - I want to be on 'Sesame Street'. That would be a dream for me. I'd be quite starstruck by the puppets."

Of the rumors regarding his ancestor, he jokingly said, "[The rumors are] 100 percent true. It's called 'the John Harington.' ... [My family] also wrote the queen a lot of bad poetry. I've inherited the bad poetry genes, but not the inventor genes."

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