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Prince Harry 'flirts over martinis'

Published 14/06/2015

Prince Harry
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Britain's Prince Harry reportedly held a cushion up to Jenna Coleman's face to stop the pair being snapped together.

The red-headed Prince has recently been linked to his ex Chelsy Davy, but onlookers at Audi's recent Polo Challenge report he was enjoying getting acquainted with Jenna.

"Harry started chatting to Jenna just after they'd finished eating dinner at the event. They didn't seem to know one another. When the singer John Newman had just taken to the stage, Jenna and Harry went to sit outside on the decking. They sat opposite each other and chatted while they drank espresso martinis," a source told British magazine Grazia.

Jenna rose to fame on British soap opera Emmerdale, before landing the part of Doctor Who's sidekick Clara.

It had been thought she was in a relationship with Cinderella actor Richard Madden, but sources say they split months ago after dating since 2011.

Another polo goer said they saw the British royal and Jenna having a flirt.

"Once inside they danced together and chatted at the bar. Harry seemed in high spirits and at one point, when Jenna was dancing away from him with her friends, Harry walked over and started playing with her dress. He was very openly flirty and tactile. She looked pretty bemused by it all," said the second insider.

"They were sat next to one another with their back to the marquee talking very closely. At one point, he jokingly put a cushion in front of her face. It seemed as if it was to stop people taking photographs of them."

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