Sasha Walpole lamented the lack of empathy of the second son of King Charles III in not going to her to ask permission for the report
Sasha Walpole, the woman of the man’s first sexual experience prince harry was shocked by the exposure in O Que Sobra (Spare, in the original title), her memoir. In an interview with ‘The Sun’, she criticized the prince’s exposure and said she did not understand the reason for the report. “He could have just said he lost his virginity and left it at that. But he described how it happened,” she repudiated. Sasha, who is now 40 years old, said her privacy was invaded and countered the misunderstanding for her annoyance: “It’s okay if you’re not the other person involved. If you’re me, then suddenly you feel like your world is getting a little smaller.” In the book, Harry does not name the woman, however, she revealed that the details that were revealed would allow identification of her. “I thought it might pass, but little by little I started to hear stories. So I had to take a certain amount of control and tell my story, in my words, with all the right context and detail,” she justified. Sasha lamented Harry’s lack of empathy in not going to her to ask permission for the report. “I kept it a secret for over 21 years. It was literally just something that happened. I would never have talked about it if the book had not been published”, concluded Sasha, noting that she does not seek fame or fortune.
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