Liz Hurley has responded to the claim she took Prince Harry’s virginity.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, is set to drop some ‘bombshell’ revelations in his new memoir, ‘Spare’, which will be released on January 10.
As well it detailing his ‘personal journey from trauma to healing’, Prince Harry also promises ‘raw unflinching honesty’.
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Reportedly, Prince Harry’s memoir will detail an encounter with a ‘beautiful older woman in the countryside’ taking his virginity.
This has led to some believing he’s referring to Austin Powers star Hurley, 57.
Interestingly, Prince Harry’s wife once wrote about Hurley being her ‘girl crush’ in a 2015 blog post.
Markle admitted that her fondness for Hurley stemmed from the model wearing her famous Versace dress in 1994.
The dress was held together with gold pins and saw the actress attract widespread media attention at a movie premiere with her then-boyfriend Hugh Grant.
However, the Bedazzled star has laughed off the speculation that this is in reference to her.
In an interview with The Times, Hurley insisted: “Not me. Not guilty. Ha!”
She added: “No. Not me. Absolutely not.”
As well as detailing bombshells about his love life, Prince Harry’s memoir is also set to explore royal family life.
‘Spare’ was originally set to be released this autumn but was postponed until next year as a mark of respect following the death of Prince Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September.
It will reportedly feature a small mention of the fact the book was written prior to Her Majesty’s passing, while it’s believed Buckingham Palace is ‘bracing itself’.
King Charles is reportedly willing to strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles if the book is found to be too damaging to the institution.
Royal author Tom Bower believes Markle ‘will not back down’ should the Sussex’s royal titles be removed and that the relationship between senior royals during the Queen’s funeral proceedings was ‘fragile’.
Prince Harry and Markle are currently a hot topic following the release of their six-part Netflix docuseries on December 8, in which they make a number of claims about members of the royal family and their relationship with the British press.
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