Elizabeth Hurley speaks out on rumors that she took Prince Harry’s virginity when he was a teenager


Elizabeth Hurley has dismissed speculation that she took Prince Harry’s virginity when he was a teenager.

The 57-year-old British actress has denied being the ‘beautiful old country woman’ the Duke of Sussex, 38, allegedly spoke about in his memoir ‘Spare’ about losing his virginity.

After rumors began circulating that the ‘Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery’ star was the unidentified woman, Hurley was asked about the speculation in an interview with The Times published Friday.

” Not me. Not guilty. Ha! she said.

Elizabeth Hurley has denied rumors that she took Prince Harry’s virginity when he was a teenager.
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When pressed further on the matter, Hurley doubled down, saying, “”No. Not me. Absolutely not.”

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Former ‘The Royals’ previously owned a 410-acre farm in the Cotswolds, southern England, which she bought in 2002. She sold the estate, located just outside Barnsley, in Gloucestershire, for 9 million pounds in 2015.

In 2002, Hurley began dating Indian businessman Arun Nayar and the two married in 2007. The former couple separated in 2010 and finalized their divorce in 2011.

Prior to her marriage, the ‘Bedazzled’ actress had a 13-year relationship with Hugh Grant, which ended in 2000. Grant, 62, is godfather to Hurley’s son Damian, 20, whom she shared with the late American businessman Steve Bing. .

Harry is married to former American actress Meghan Markle, 41, with whom he shares son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 1.

Hurley dismissed speculation that she was the "beautiful older woman in the countryside" the 38-year-old Duke of Sussex is said to have written about losing his virginity in his forthcoming memoir "Spare."

Hurley dismissed speculation that she was the ‘beautiful old country woman’ the Duke of Sussex, 38, wrote about losing her virginity in his upcoming memoir ‘Spare’.
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In a 2019 interview with Us Weekly, Hurley revealed that she had met the “Suits” alum in the past before Meghan met her future husband.

“I met her once when we were just actresses,” she told the outlet. “I think before that she probably met her future husband. She was fantastic.”

Although Hurley said she hasn’t kept in touch with Meghan, she praised the mother-of-2 for her work as a royal.

“To me, she does a great job and looks gorgeous. So I just wish her the best of luck,” she said. “To be honest, I haven’t met her since. I don’t know her very well. She knows she is doing a great job in Africa.”

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In January 2020, Harry and Meghan announced that they were stepping down from their roles as senior royals and moving to the United States. The two founded their charity Archewell in 2020.

Harry and Meghan's publisher fears couple's Netflix docuseries could impact sales "Spare."

Harry and Meghan’s editor fears the couple’s Netflix docuseries will impact ‘Spare’ sales.
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The couple released the second volume of their Netflix docuseries “Harry & Meghan” on Thursday. The docuseries would have the couples books editor concerned about the potential sales of Harry’s upcoming memoirs.

According to royal watcher Neil Sean, a source at Penguin Random House, the publisher of ‘Spare’, says the company is “incredibly worried” that sales will drop because of the couple’s Netflix series.

The royal expert noted that Harry and Meghan have already shared a lot of information regarding the royal family and the reasoning for their departure in 2020, which could affect sales of the book.

On October 27, Penguin Random House announced the The Duke of Sussex book will be released on January 10.

Fox News Digital’s Janelle Ash contributed to this report.

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