“Older woman” who took Prince Harry’s virginity steps forward: All you need to know about Sasha Walpole

Prince Harry’s book Spare became an instant success when it dropped on January 10. About a month has now passed since its release, the dust settled. Of course, if anyone thought it was going to mark a peace offering to his family members, they were sorely mistaken.

The rift between Harry and the British Royal Family seems to be even worse than before Spare hit the shelves. Even so, one thing that fans of Harry’s are happy about is the sheer number of stories about his private life – including how he lost his virginity – that he penned in memoir.

Harry wrote in detail about how he lost his virginity in a field behind a pub at age 17 with an “older woman.” He never specifically disclosed her identity, and as such, rumors have been abound.

Then, just days ago, a lady finally stepped forward. Her name is Sasha Walpole – and now she’s chosen to share more intimate details about what happened on Harry’s big night.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been in the spotlight for years. When they left the Royal Family, fans of the monarchy were divided into two. Some believed the couple should be able to do exactly how they liked and not be “forced” to stay within the royal sphere against their will. Others argued that Harry should have devoted his life to serving the crown.

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s rift with the royals

As Harry and Meghan settled into their new life in the US, certain Royal Family were of the belief that Harry had made a mistake. That reportedly includes Prince William, whose own misgivings towards his brother go back further than Harry’s move across the Atlantic.

In the 2019 documentary Kate v. Meghan: Princesses at War?, royal expert Katie Nicholl claimed that William was not overly happy about Harry and Meghan’s relationship prior to their wedding in 2018. For Harry’s part, it was said that he thought his elder brother wasn’t doing enough to include Meghan in the Royal Family.

“William was quite concerned that the relationship had moved so quickly. And being close to Harry, probably the only person close enough to say to Harry, ‘This seems to be moving quickly, are you sure?’” Nicholl said.

She continued: “I think what was meant as well-intended brotherly advice just riled Harry. Harry is hugely protective of Meghan. He saw that as criticism. He interpreted that as his brother not really being behind this marriage, this union, and I don’t think things have been quite right ever since.”

Of course, things didn’t improve when Harry & Meghan appeared in the now-infamous Oprah Winfrey interview. The couple accused an unnamed royal of questioning their son Archie’s potential skin color. In addition, Meghan claimed she didn’t get help from the royals regarding her declining mental health.

Harry, Meghan Markle
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Harry and Meghan Markle have been very outspoken about what they think of the Royal Familu since the Oprah interview in 2020.

Harry’s revelations in ‘Spare’ book

In December, with the release of their new Netflix documentary series, they continued to express disappointment over their royal life.

One ongoing theme is that Harry felt no one welcomed Meghan into the Royal Family. Indeed, the Duchess has admitted to feeling somewhat frozen out.

Earlier this year when Harry released his memoir, Spare, things took an even more dramatic turn. Within the book’s pages, the prince offered his entire life story from growing up as a royal, including details of what happened after Princess Diana’s death, his experiences after joining the army, and the feud with his brother, William.

Moreover, he also criticized several Royal Family members, including Kate Middleton and his stepmother, Camilla, as well as William and Kate, for being more open towards him visiting them as George was young.

Many have found Harry’s book interesting, as some of the revelations show a whole different side to the Prince than fans have been used to.

On the other hand, the fact that he wrote about Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, and how he feared that they might end up “just like him”, has upset more than just a few people, including one royal expert.

Royal author Ingrid Seward openly warned him against further discussing William and Kate’s children’s future.

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“Harry should lay off Prince William’s children. In fact, he should lay off everybody and button it now,” she said. “It is a very dangerous road to go down, to start talking about other people’s children.”

She added: “And what he says Prince William said to him is absolutely right – they are William’s responsibility and not his, so he should keep out of it.”

“It is none of Harry’s business. But Harry has become dangerous to his family, and to himself, because he can lob in his little asides whenever he wants.”

Harry’s relationships & girlfriends over the years

Even though Harry’s book included some serious and sometimes tragic chapters of his life, he also took the time to write about lighter themes, including his former romances and girlfriends.

Harry even detailed how he lost his virginity to an “older woman,” whose identity has now reportedly been revealed.

Between 2004 and 2010, Harry was involved in one of his longest relationships when the Prince and Chelsy Davy formed a couple.

The two were said to have met when Harry was on his gap year in Cape Town, but in Spare, he revealed that they had met earlier and merely reconnected while visiting Africa in 2004.

Harry discussed their relationship, which he argued had two different sides; one from when they spent time together in Africa and one in the UK.

In 2010, the couple broke up, and Harry said the reason was a lack of privacy. Moreover, he felt Davy had to change to fit into royal life.

“The whole world isn’t made to put up with constant scrutiny, and I don’t know if Chels could bear it, and I couldn’t ask her to,” Harry wrote in Spare, claiming that the paparazzi had even placed a tracking device on her car.

“I understood she put her freedom first”

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