Prince Harry’s virginity taker slams ‘Spare’ tell-all: ‘It wasn’t that glorious’

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, and his wife, Meghan Markle, have been in the public eye ever since their marriage in 2018. But it wasn’t until recently that the public learned about the woman who took the prince’s virginity.

In a recent interview with The Sun, an unnamed woman revealed that she was the one who took the prince’s virginity when he was just 17. She claims that she was “spared” from a tell-all book by the palace, but also criticized the experience.

The woman, who is now in her late 30s, claims that she was asked to sign a confidentiality agreement when she was just 18, and that she was paid a large sum of money to keep her identity a secret.

However, she has now spoken out, claiming that the experience wasn’t “that glorious” and that she was just “a young girl who was taken advantage of.” She also said that she was “naive” and “didn’t know any better.”

The woman claims that she was not the only one to take the prince’s virginity and that there were other women. She also said that she was not aware of the prince’s royal status at the time and that she was “just a young girl who wanted to have a good time.”

The woman’s comments have sparked a debate about the prince’s behavior and whether or not it was appropriate for a royal to be engaging in such activities. Many have argued that the prince should have been more responsible and respectful.

However, others have argued that the prince was just a young man who was exploring his sexuality and that he should not be judged for it.

Regardless of which side of the debate one falls on, it is clear that the woman’s comments have shed new light on the prince’s behavior and that it is important to remember that consent is always necessary.






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