Prince Harry Lied About Losing Virginity Behind Pub, Says Rupert Everett
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The 'My Best Friend's Wedding' star accuses the Duke of Sussex of lying when the royal claimed on his explosive memoir 'Spare' that he lost his virginity behind a 'busy pub' to an older woman.

AceShowbiz - Rupert Everett didn't think Prince Harry's virginity story is true. The "My Best Friend's Wedding" star accused the Duke of Sussex of lying when the royal claimed on his memoir "Spare" that he lost his virginity behind a "busy pub" to an older woman.

Rupert weighed in on Harry's confession in an interview with The Telegraph which was published on Thursday, February 2. Claiming that he knew the truth, Rupert said, "By the way, I know who the woman he lost his virginity to is. And it wasn't behind a pub."

The 63-year-old actor went on to spill that it didn't even happen in England. "And it wasn't in this country," he shared, adding, "I'm just putting it out there that I know."

A source close to the royal, however, insinuated that Rupert's claim was wrong. "Amazing that [Rupert] would know such a personal detail better than Prince Harry himself," said the insider to the British newspaper.

In his bombshell book "Spare", Harry revealed that his first time having sex was a "quick" romp. "She liked horses, quite a lot, and treated me not unlike a young stallion," the husband of Meghan Markle detailed, though he didn't disclose the identity of the woman. "Quick ride, after which she'd smacked my rump and sent me to grace."

"Among the many things about it that were wrong: It happened in a grassy field behind a busy pub. Obviously, someone had seen us," so the father of two went on to share.

Meanwhile, rumor had it that the said woman was actress Elizabeth Hurley, who is 19 years older than Harry. The actress, however, vehemently denied the speculation in December 2022. In an interview with Saturday Times magazine, the 57-year-old "Austin Powers" alum shut down the claim that she's the unidentified "beautiful older woman in the countryside" that Harry mentioned in his book.

"Not me. Not guilty. Ha!" Elizabeth told the outlet. "No. Not me. Absolutely not."

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