The older woman who took Harry's virginity is now a stud vet, says pub manager trends now
The older woman who took Harry’s virginity in a field when he was 17 is believed to be a vet at a horse stud, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
In his memoir Spare, the prince revealed that his lover ‘treated me not unlike a young stallion’ behind a busy pub – thought to be the 17th Century Rattlebone Inn in Wiltshire.
Franck Ortet, a former manager at the pub, last night told the MoS that he believes the mystery woman was an attractive member of the local polo set who enjoyed rowdy nights at the pub with both Harry and Prince William when she was in her mid-20s.
The woman started going to the Rattlebone, in the pretty village of Sherston, with the two princes and a group of players from the nearby Beaufort Polo Club in April 2000.
About ten years older than Harry, she is now an equine vet at a successful stud and looks after – perhaps fittingly – several stallions.
Mr Ortet, 48, described the woman as ‘very confident’ and the ‘leader’ of a group of friends who Harry socialised with in his late teens in the pubs near his father’s Highgrove estate in Gloucestershire.
‘She was nearly always there when Harry and William were there,’ he said. ‘Quite often she was sitting in between the two of them, or next to Harry. She would tell him off by saying “Oh shut up, Harry” when he was saying something that was nonsense. They had a good giggle, quite often, which made me think that she was the person. She was quite flirtatious as well.
‘She was lovely and she was always very close to them. Whenever she was at the pub she was shadowing them. In my personal opinion, she would be the perfect candidate. She is not super famous but she is not a commoner either.
‘Everybody was kind of seeking her approval – she