Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Prince Harry Is Single!


Despite having been spotted hand-in-hand just last week and engagement rumours intensifying over the past few months, it’s apparently all over for Prince Harry and his socialite girlfriend Cressida Bonas.

The pair began their relationship in mid-2012, after being introduced by Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie, but managed to avoid being seen together for most of the relationship.

It was only in March that they attended their first official engagement together the We Day event at Wembley Arena and two days later were spotted cheering on England in their rugby match against Wales.

The reason for the split hasn’t been confirmed, but rumours have begun circulating that Cressida was too needy in their relationship.

A source close to the Prince denies the rumours, telling Daily Mail, “this suggestion that the prince supposedly ‘dumped’ Cressida because she was ‘too needy’ is so wide of the mark. It is a very amicable split and they are still very much the best of friends. They have just decided to go their separate ways.”

Cressida, who recently graduated from the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in South-East London, is trained as a dancer but currently works at a marketing company.

Although sources close to the pair say Cressida wants to focus on her career, and Harry wants the same for her, their five year age difference may have been a deciding factor.

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Harry is 30-years-old and is no doubt looking to settle down after his brother William’s marriage to Kate Middleton and the birth of their first child (the world’s cutest, most unimpressed baby George). At only 25, Cressida is only just beginning to think about her options post-graduation.

Another source says, “It wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest if they got back together in a few months’ time.” Like Kate and Wills, who split briefly in 2007, the spilt might just be to give the pair some space before announcing their engagement.

Which kind of makes sense, because if we were about to marry into the royal family at 25, we’d be freaked out too.