Prince Harry Thinks New Galpal Is 'the One'
Cressida Bonas was also briefly linked to him last summer
By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff
Posted Feb 22, 2013 10:59 AM CST
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(Newser) – Looks like Chelsy Davy won't be "next" to marry a prince after all, because Harry is reportedly getting serious with galpal Cressida Bonas. "Harry is very close to Cressida; in fact she was one of the first people he wanted to see when he came back from Afghanistan," a royal insider tells Radar. "He missed her when he was overseas and started thinking she was someone he could settle down with. ... He may well have found his princess."

Bonas, 24, is described by People as a "society gal" whose family is "well-connected"; Radar says she's a model. She's apparently into dance and music, and her nickname, for some reason, is "Small" or "Smally." She was romantically linked to Harry, briefly, last summer; she later stood by the prince during his nude photo scandal, and it paid off with a rekindling of their relationship: Harry took her on vacation with other members of the royal family at a Swiss ski resort, and they've been photographed engaging in quite a bit of PDA. At one point, in a restaurant, they were kissing "like love-struck teenagers in the back of a cinema," a source tells the Daily Mail.

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Feb 24, 2013 2:23 PM CST
Feb 23, 2013 12:19 PM CST
Good for Harry, I hope he finds true love and happiness.
Feb 22, 2013 10:02 PM CST
What a clown! One good thing about him, though, is that he was quite willing to serve his country in combat. That's more than most of our "American royals" are willing to do. It seem to me from reading history and current events, most of those European royals were clowns or had screws loose somewhere. Maybe it's all of that inbreeding they've done over the centuries.