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Thursday 18 September 2014

Prince Harry 'makes romance plans'

Prince Harry

Britain's Prince Harry and his girlfriend Cressida Bonas could be taking their relationship to the next level.

The couple have been dating for nearly two years and recently enjoyed a skiing break to Kazakhstan. During the vacation, it is rumoured that Harry broached the subject of Cressida moving in with him at Kensington Palace.

"Cressida and Harry used their holiday to discuss their relationship moving forward," a source told British magazine Grazia. "It has become very serious, very quickly and Cressida already spends most of her time at Kensington Palace, so Harry asked her to move in seven days a week."

Cressida currently splits her time between the apartment she shares with a friend and Harry's home.

But now it seems that the former dance student will make a permanent move in a couple of months.

"Cressida's thrilled and they have agreed that summer would be a good time to go ahead and move all her belongings in," the source continued. "Everyone suspects an engagement isn't far off."

Rumours of Harry putting a ring on Cressida's finger began after they made their first official appearance together at the launch of the children's charity event WE Day UK at London's Wembley Arena last month. Sources say that Harry is doing everything he can to make sure the 25-year-old settles into being part of the royal family as easily as possible.

"Harry wants to ensure that Cressida is comfortable and doesn't find the attention too much," said another insider. "William [Harry's brother] did a great job with [his wife] Kate, and Harry is trying to ensure they are 'Mr and Mrs Normal'. He wants Cressida to see that they can have a relatively normal life."

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