Prince Harry describes how he lost his virginity in his new book

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Prince Harry described the loss of his virginity as “a humbling episode” in his memoir “Spare”, according to Sky News.

The UK news agency, which claims to have obtained a leaked preview of the book, quotes Harry as saying he lost his virginity to “an older lady” who “loved horses very much”. Harry does not name the woman.

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“One of my mistakes was letting it happen in a field, right behind a busy pub,” says the excerpt reported by Sky. “Someone definitely saw us,” adds Harry.

THE CNN did not have access to a copy of the book, but has already ordered one from Penguin Random House ahead of its January 10th release. Some media obtained copies in advance and the news was not long in coming.

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From the fights with his brother William, whom he describes as an “archenemy”, to the vision of the queen consort Camilla and the use of drugs in adolescence, there are several revelations contained in the memoirs that shocked the world.

The book claims that Harry “begged” his father, now King Charles III, not to marry Camilla, now queen consort, and that he feared she would be an “‘evil stepmother'”, according to Mail Online and The Sun, who claim to have obtained a Spanish copy of the memoirs.

In the book, Harry claims that he and his brother Prince William said they would welcome Camilla into the family, but asked their father not to marry her, calling her “the other woman”, according to with both vehicles.

Furthermore, Harry admits that he used cocaine at the age of 17, according to Sky News. The Duke of Sussex wrote: “Of course I was using cocaine at the time. At someone’s house during a hunting weekend I was offered a line and have since used it some more,” reports Sky News.

“It wasn’t very funny and it didn’t make me feel especially happy like the others seemed to, but it made me feel different, and that was my main goal. To feel. Be different,” he wrote. “He was a 17-year-old boy willing to try almost anything that upset the established order (…). At least, he was trying to convince me of that.”

Buckingham Palace declined to comment on the book.

Source: CNN Brasil

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