Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 29 May 2016

Prince Harry's girlfriend and ex 'bond'

Published 06/07/2013

Prince Harry
Prince Harry

Britain's Prince Harry's girlfriend Cressida Bonas and his ex Chelsy Davy were spotted "giggling" as they chatted at a recent wedding.

Harry recently attended the wedding of Thomas van Straubenzee and Lady Melissa Percy with his girlfriend Cressida Bonas. The ceremony saw Prince William as best man, while Harry's ex Chelsy Davy was chief bridesmaid.

Although Harry has had an off-off romance with Cressida for almost a year, she was apparently "terribly nervous" about attending the society wedding.

To ensure there was no awkwardness during the day, Cressida apparently approached Chelsy at the reception and the pair seemingly hit it off.

"Cressida went over to Chelsy with her friend, Princess Eugenie, to tell her how beautiful she looked as a bridesmaid," a source told British magazine Grazia. "Afterwards, Chelsy and Cressida found themselves alone and could be seen giggling - everyone was joking that Chelsy was giving Cress 'survival tips' on dating Harry."

Although the day started smoothly, the atmosphere became tenser in the evening. Harry apparently began dancing with Chelsy, much to 24-year-old Cressida's frustration.

"After a few drinks, Harry and Chelsy were chatting and laughing a lot. Then they were dancing together and hugging on the dance floor," an onlooker revealed.

Harry's cousin Princess Eugenie seemingly decided to intervene and the 28-year-old royal spent the rest of the evening lavishing his blonde model girlfriend with attention.

"Cressida will have been reassured that he only has eyes for her now and she mustn't get upset about his friendship with Chelsy," a source said.

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