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Prince Harry 'stuck on Cressy's mind'

Published 13/09/2015

Prince Harry
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Britain's Prince Harry is said to keep in regular contact with exes Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas.

The two dated for two years before their split last April, but are said to have kept in contact.

"Cressida and Harry still talk. And it seems she can't quite get him out of her system. She, like Chelsy [Davy, Harry's ex], didn't like all the attention and protocol that came with being Harry's girlfriend but she misses him and her family love him," a source divulged to British magazine Grazia.

The red-headed royal dated Chelsy on and off for seven years, finally splitting not long after his brother William's wedding to Catherine Duchess of Cambridge in 2011.

However they too have stayed close, and recently sparked a lot of talk of rekindled romance.

"It all happened in Africa. Harry had some downtime in the last week and asked some friends to come out to see him - and they included Chelsy," another insider commented of Harry's time on the continent working with animal conservation charities.

"Harry had this small, basic camp built deep in the African bush and some of his friends flew in by helicopter to see him. It was really secluded. Suffice to say it was very romantic and sparks flew. Harry has always held a torch for Chelsy and they still have incredible chemistry. They just can't seem to resist each other and they are both single for the first time."

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