Stable Girl Claims to be the One Who Took Prince Harry's Virginity

"He wasn't 'Prince Harry' to me, this was Harry, my friend, and the situation had got a little bit out of control."

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It was a summer to remember. A summer of passion, of discovery, of carnal desires unleashed. A summer that would forever change the course of two young lives, as they embarked on a journey of self-discovery, igniting a spark that would ignite a fire that would never be extinguished.

It was the summer of 2001, and Prince Harry, the young, wild, and rebellious prince of England, was about to lose his virginity to a woman named Sasha Walpole.

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Walpole was not just any woman, but a stable girl working for then-Prince Charles at his Gloucestershire estate, Highgrove House. She was a couple of years older than Harry, with a spirit as free as the winds that blow across the English countryside.

The two had been friends for years, and as fate would have it, their paths crossed once again, on the night of July 21st, 2001, when Walpole celebrated her 19th birthday at the Vine Tree pub.

As the night wore on and the drinks flowed, Harry and Walpole found themselves alone in the adjacent field, their passions rising as they shared a kiss that was passionate, intense, and full of raw desire.

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In that moment, the two friends became lovers, as they indulged in a brief but fiery encounter that lasted no more than five minutes.

According to Walpole, it was a moment that felt naughty, forbidden, and yet oh so right. "He wasn't 'Prince Harry' to me, this was Harry, my friend, and the situation had got a little bit out of control," she recalls. "It felt naughty, I suppose, in the sense that it shouldn't be happening."

And it was a moment that Harry would later describes in his memoir, "Spare", where he recounted bare the details of their encounter, including the infamous smack on the butt that Walpole delivered after the deed was done.

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But while Harry may have reveled in the memories of their brief tryst, Walpole was less than thrilled when his book was released, and the world learned of their secret encounter.

Walpole was embarrassed he put their business out there, she told the Daily Mail, adding that she had kept the secret for years, and that she was bothered by Harry's revelation.

So, was Sasha Walpole indeed the woman who took Prince Harry's virginity? Did they truly indulge in a passionate encounter on that summer night in 2001?

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Harry has yet to comment on her claims, but one thing is certain: their brief tryst will forever be remembered as a moment of youthful exuberance, a moment that defined their lives and set them on a path of self-discovery and fulfillment. A moment that will never be forgotten.

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