In his new book, prince Harry also clears up rumors about his genitals

Roxana Anton

The Duke of Sussex left nothing uncovered regarding a few subjects in his recent autobiography called "Spare". One of these is his intimate parts.

While we don't know the exact number of people who have wasted time in their lives wondering about the British prince's private parts, he wanted to clear things up.

He writes in his memoir, “There were countless stories in books, and papers (even The New York Times) about Willy and me not being circumcised. Mummy had forbidden it, they all said, and while it’s true that the chance of getting penile frostbite is much greater if you’re not circumcised, all the stories were false. I was snipped as a baby.” (source:

Before his brother's wedding, in 2011, Harry claims that William was "obviously emotional" like any groom. But he also suffered.

"Dad was interested and empathetic about my frozen ears and cheeks, and I could hardly resist telling him that I had the same problem in my private area" continues prince Harry. Who had just returned from a trip to Antarctica, where he had suffered from excessive cold. (source:
"When I got home I was horrified to find that the penis problem persisted, while the frostbite on the face was disappearing" the British prince continued to explain. The injured royal used Elizabeth Arden cream on his afflicted member — on the advice of a friend. (source:

And these naked revelations are not the only ones in the royal autobiography.

Harry also gave candid details about how he lost his virginity to a mature woman who treated him "like a young stallion". Speaking about the "embarrassing episode" he said it was with "an older woman who adored stallions". The Duke of Sussex and that woman, who remains anonymous (surprisingly), were intimate in a field behind a busy pub. (sources: Foxnews, Cosmopolitan)

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