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Prince Harry ‘reunites with Cressida Bonas’

Published 17/09/2015

Cressida Bonas and Prince Harry
Cressida Bonas and Prince Harry

Prince Harry and his former flame Cressida Bonas were seen partying at the same pub together this week, fuelling rumours they are willing to give their relationship another go.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Prince Harry and his ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas reunited at a pub Tuesday night.

The British royal celebrated his 31st birthday on September 15 by partying with a group of his 20 closest friends at The Cross Keys pub in Chelsea, West London.

Cressida, who allegedly broke up with her actor boyfriend just days ago, was one of the guests and onlookers claim it was clear she is still very intimate with Prince Harry.

“The party started at about 8pm and went on until about 1.30am. There was even a birthday cake with fireworks coming out of it,” a source told UK newspaper The Sun.

“Cressida turned up with a female friend about 9.30pm and stood at the bar apparently waiting for Harry.

“She was there with him and his inner circle for the rest of the night, which shows how close they are.”

It’s believed Harry is caught up in somewhat of a love triangle right now, as the bachelor supposedly linked up with his other former flame Chelsy Davy, 29, during a recent trip to Africa.

But Cressida seems to be a huge contender for Harry’s heart at the moment.

“It’s very early days and Harry is weighing up his options, but there are obviously still feelings there for Cressida,” the insider said. “Harry wants to try and give his relationship with Cressida one more chance.”

However, rumours are rife Chelsy may not be such a bad sport should Harry and Cressida reunite.

“Obviously it’s not going to be nice for Chelsy to see, but she remains on good terms with Harry,” the source explained.

“There are definitely feelings there too but a relationship with Cressida feels much more practical and realistic. Chelsy has never wanted a royal life.”

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