Elizabeth Hurley addresses rumor she took Prince Harry’s virginity

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She wasn’t the one who shagged him.

Elizabeth Hurley is clearing her name ahead of the release of Prince Harry’s explosive memoir.

In an interview with the Saturday Times magazine, the 57-year-old “Austin Powers” star was asked if she was the unidentified “beautiful older woman in the countryside” who Prince Harry, 38, reportedly lost his virginity to as a teenager.

The revelation allegedly appears in “Spare” — his 416-page autobiography due out Jan. 10.

“Not me. Not guilty. Ha!” Hurley told the outlet. “No. Not me. Absolutely not.”

Following the tell-all Netflix series “Harry & Meghan,” the royal family is reportedly “hugely nervous” about the impact of the memoir.

“The consequences of this will be far-reaching and may be highly destructive,” royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams previously told the Daily Mail.

Elizabeth Hurley attends the “Cancer Ball” Charity Dinner presented by Elle Magazine at the Royal Theater on Oct. 20 in Madrid.
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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex visits Croke Park, home of Ireland's largest sporting organization, the Gaelic Athletic Association on July 11, 2018, in Dublin, Ireland.
Prince Harry, 38, will release his hefty memoir “Spare” on Jan. 10.
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Harry’s brother, Prince William, is reportedly “done” with his younger sibling over the allegations leveled in the documentary, including Harry saying that William screamed at him in front of Queen Elizabeth during a conversation about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex quitting the royal family in 2020.

Those themes are also believed to be explored in the forthcoming book.

“Put it this way, it’s not going to make for a relaxing family Christmas,” a source recently told the Daily Mail. 

Even the book’s title caused speculation that it refers to Harry’s lifelong role as the “spare” heir to William.

According to Fitzwilliams, the title is “sensational” and “implies that [Harry] was not valued or … that he did not feel at the center of events.”

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