Kit Harrington on Losing His Virginity and Crying

Kit Harrington is the most popular male in the world right now. At least that’s what I assume based on my girlfriend’s reaction to him every time he comes up on screen. So I’m sure she’ll want to know how he lost his virginity.

In an interview with Elle, Kit revealed all:

Mickey Rapkin: Jon Snow famously lost his virginity in a cave. How did losing yours stack up?

Kit Harington: Mine was a little less left-field than in a cave. It was a typical sort of teenage thing, at a party. I was probably too young.

MR: Too young—like 13?

KH: No, but you’re not far off. I think the girl and I just kind of wanted to. You either hold on and do it right, or you’re young and decide to get the monkey off your back.

Looks like Jon Snow knows that sex is good, even when you just enter your teenage years.

Maybe women won’t faint over Kit when they find out this piece of news:

When was the last time you cried?

KH: I always cry on a plane.

MR: Why?

KH: There’s something romantic about being on a plane going somewhere, being at that altitude.… I like a good cry every now and then. It releases something. There are times in my life when I’m meant to cry, but I don’t actually cry. But then I can be walking down the street and it’s been a few months, and things get on top of me—that’s when I find myself crying.

HA! At least you don’t have to buy him a plane ticket. Cause babies don’t need plane tickets. That’s the joke.

Want further proof that Kit Harrington is just a baby? Here you go:

This is our TV issue. A lot of people use TV as a babysitter. What did you learn from TV as a kid—for better or for worse?

KH: I was a massive Sesame Street fan when I was little. I wasn’t allowed to watch TV if I was ill and had to stay home from school—because that would encourage me to stay home. The only thing I was allowed to watch was Sesame Street. It backfired on Mum, because I would want to stay home just to watch Sesame Street. In fact, I was talking to Peter Dinklage the other day, and he said he’d been on the show and I was like—you can put this in print—I want to be on Sesame Street. That would be a dream for me. I’d be quite starstruck by the puppets.


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