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Douglas Booth sparks dating rumours with Prince Harry's ex

Published 04/07/2016

Douglas Booth
Douglas Booth

Cressida was previously linked to Booth's The Riot Club co-star Freddie Fox.

British actor Douglas Booth appears to have found a match with Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas after enjoying a Wimbledon date on Monday (04Jul16).

The Pride And Prejudice And Zombies star, 23, turned heads as he arrived with Cressida at the London tennis championships, and was photographed playing the perfect gentleman as he helped to guide the 27-year-old socialite-turned-actress to their seats at Centre Court, reports DailyMail.co.uk.

Douglas, who dressed up in a grey suit and white shirt for the sporting date, later shared a photo of his view online as he cheered on fellow Brit Andy Murray, who faced off against Australian newcomer Nick Kyrgios.

"#Murray vs #Kyrgios," he captioned the shot. "This one should be good!"

Murray managed to beat Kyrgios in three sets to move forward to the quarter finals on Wednesday (06Jul16), when he will compete against Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Booth did not comment on his pretty date for the Wimbledon outing, but it's not the first time Bonas has chosen the tennis competition to debut a new man in her life. She was romantically linked to Wolf Hall and Kingsman: The Secret Service star Edward Holcroft after they were snapped looking cosy as they attended Wimbledon last summer (15).

Ironically, Bonas was also previously said to have dated Booth's The Riot Club co-star Freddie Fox.

She split from Prince Harry in 2014 after a two-year relationship.

Meanwhile, Douglas is alleged to have most recently romanced his former Pride And Prejudice And Zombies castmate Ellie Bamber, and he enjoyed a relationship with his Great Expectations co-star Vanessa Kirby from 2012 to 2013.

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