Prince Harry gave ‘most passionate kiss ever’ despite 13-year age gap, claims woman

Prince Harry gave "the most passionate kiss ever" to a woman back in 2006 when she had separated from her ex husband, she claimed.

Catherine Ommanney claims she met the Duke of Sussex when she was 34 while he was 21 at the Art Bar in London in May 2006.

At the time, it was believed Harry, now 38, was in a relationship with Chelsy Davy, but Catherine says she is unsure whether the couple were taking a break when she met the prince.

The woman, now 51, said she was "speechless" when Harry kissed her, as she claimed: "It was then that he lifted me by my waist off the floor and held me against the wall. He gave me the most incredible, passionate kiss I have ever had in my life. I was absolutely speechless."

Catherine, 13 years older than Prince Harry, was a mother-of-two when she allegedly met the prince and has claimed they had a one-month fling, where they met up in private clubs around London.

After learning that Harry, 38, was writing about his ex-girlfriends in his upcoming memoir, Spare, Catherine says she wanted to share her story.

"I doubt I will be in Harry's book as a prince can't run off with a 34-year-old mother-of-two, it's just not the done thing," she said.

Catherine described her time with Harry as the "time of her life", but said she didn't want a relationship because of the age difference.

Ms Ommanney said Harry was "lovely" and "intelligent" when they were allegedly accompanied by three Royal Protection Officers at the bar while having conversations.

She later claimed Harry invited her to join him in a Range Rover parked outside before being driven to the VIP area of the Eclipse nightclub in South Kensington.

Harry and Catherine reportedly went to another club, but she started feeling hungry. She claimed she asked Harry if he could make a good bacon sandwich, to which he reportedly replied: "I make an excellent bacon sandwich."

She then claimed she went to Harry's friend's home in Chelsea where they "chatted for ages".

"We started play fighting and I think we were wrestling on and off for about 15 minutes when I told him I needed to go home," she added.

OK! approached Prince Harry's representative for comment.

Prince Harry’s memoir is titled Spare, which is expected to hit shelves in the new year. It is described to be "an intimate and heartfelt memoir", promising that "Prince Harry will offer an honest and captivating personal portrait".

And as we wait for the release of the book, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond said that the Royals are likely to have been “saddened” by the title which was chosen.

She said: "I think Harry’s book will be more controversial than the Netflix docuseries because the title is searingly honest. I imagine the royals were a bit sad when they heard the name. It’s sad that that's how he has felt all his life. It’s sad, but what can they do about it?"

Jennie continued: "It's the way the Royal family works, but it's also a way quite a lot of families work quite a lot, such as the farming community. In life, it's not as if he didn't have a role.”


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