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Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas' 'lingering feelings'

Published 29/09/2015

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Prince Harry

Britain's Prince Harry is apparently planning a countryside meet-up with Cressida Bonas.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Britain's Prince Harry is said to be involved with Cressida Bonas again.

Much speculation has been surrounding the redheaded royal's love life recently, with reports he's getting close to former flame Chelsy Davy.

It's also been rumoured that ex-girlfriend Cressida is back on the scene, with sources revealing the pair are planning to meet up in the coming weeks in Norfolk, England.

"It seems Cressida hasn't managed to get Harry out of her system," an insider noted to Britain's Grazia magazine. "She missed him and now they are apparently involved again.

"Cressie's dad lives near Wills and Kate. And she happened to be visiting the same weekend, so Harry asked her to meet up in the country. There are still feelings there from both sides and Cressida can't seem to get over him."

The news comes after it was claimed 31-year-old Harry and Chelsy, 29, were close to being an item again, after spending time together in Africa recently.

Both women enjoyed long-term relationships with the prince, and their unions apparently came to an end for the same reason.

"The pressure that comes with dating the prince is the reason both relationships previously ended," the insider said. "Chelsy lasted on and off for eight years, but realised she never wants to be a member of the royal family.

"With Cressida it's slightly different - she has her acting career to think of, so dating a prince can be a double-edged sword. She's told him if they get back together officially, there is to be zero talk of marriage."

Since splitting from Harry in 2014, Cressida, 26, has started to make waves in the acting world. She can next be seen in 2016's Tulip Fever alongside Christoph Waltz, Judi Dench and Jack O'Connell.

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