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All the handsome young Harrys have dated the same woman.


In a triumph for “older” women everywhere, one very successful “cougar” has spilled the beans on her Harry-snagging ways.

Harry Styles and Prince Harry are, you must agree, two of the world’s most eligible Harrys.

And one woman has experienced what BOTH those Harrys have to offer.

“Who?” I hear you demand.

Her name is Caroline Flack, and she is a British TV personality who hosts the X Factor.

Caroline Flack. Image via Instagram.

Flack, 35, has penned a memoir, which is called Storm in a C-cup — a title of such depressing unoriginality that I can’t be bothered to make fun of it.

In it, The Sun reports, she writes that she and Prince Harry met through a mutual friend in 2009 but they were forced to stop seeing each other due to his royalness.

Next up, Flack began a relationship with a then-17-year-old Harry Styles when she was aged 31.

Caroline Flack and Harry Styles.

“How could one woman achieve such a feat with the world’s two premiere Harrys?” I hearken your cry.

We have come up with the only feasible answer: her vagina is magical.

Either that, or even silly young royals and boys know that women do not cease to be attractive and interesting after they have turned 23.

That was a fact lost on the 1D army. Following her dalliance with Harry S, Flack says she became the focus of a hate campaign by rabid One Direction fans, who called her a pedophile and threatened to shoot her on sight.

“It began to go wrong when Harry was pictured coming out of my house one morning,” she writes. “And once that was out, it was open season. After that anyone could say anything. In the street people started shouting at me ‘paedophile’ and ‘pervert’.

“There was a moment when we just thought, s***, this has gone really dark. So perhaps we did the wrong thing, who knows.”

With that, Flack decided to remove her magic vagina from Harrys for a while, and focus on men with other names. We wish you and your vagina the best of luck, Caroline.

Read all about it: Caroline Flack’s memoir.