Sasha Walpole, the 40-year old who recently revealed she was the 'cougar' that took Prince Harry's virginity as eluded to in his 'Spare' memoir last month, says she was forced to spill all to her dad because of the book.
Although she let her now 65-year old mum Lyn know the day after it happened in 2001, dad Tony, 71, had always been oblivious to the episode.
The pair were boozed up when the shenanigans unfolded in a Wiltshire field all those years ago and it appeared to have been brushed under the carpet until Harry mentioned a "mystery older woman" who "smacked my rump and sent me off to graze" last month.
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"I am in this situation because Harry has put it out there," Sasha told the Sun.
Now a mother-of-two, Sasha says the Duke's recollection of the five minutes of action "set of a ticking time bomb".
Although sleeping with a member of the Royal Family might sound impressive to some, Sasha would have much preferred it if the episode had been consigned to private history.
She continued: "I don't understand why he went into such detail. He could have said that he lost his virginity and left it at that.
"He has done this to my privacy because I was going to keep my head down and not talk about it. If it wasn’t in the book none of this would be happening."
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Sasha went on to say she originally thought both of her parents were aware of what happened, before later realising Tony hadn't listened at the time because "he didn’t want to hear about what his teenage daughter was doing".
After first learning in a WhatsApp group that Harry had discussed their encounter in his book, Sasha insisted she had to speak out before someone else did it for her – with the full support of both parents.
In a separate interview with the Daily Mail, she added: "I didn't invite any of this attention, but I know the hunt would have kept going until people found me. I don't understand why he went into such detail. He described how it happened – in a field behind a pub.
"That's fine if you're not the other person involved. But if you're me, then you suddenly feel as if your world is getting a little bit smaller."
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