Prince Harry reportedly reached out to his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy following his split from Cressida Bonas, however the pair have no plans to rekindle their relationship.
On Tuesday reports confirmed that Harry, 29, and Bonas, 25, ended their two-year relationship and insiders claim the royal heir immediately called Davy, 28. Harry, who is fourth in line to the British throne, and Davy, the Zimbabwe-born daughter of a wealthy South African safari farmer, dated for six years before splitting in 2010 however they remain friends.
Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas have broken up after nearly two years together and what many presumed would be an impending engagement announced this summer.
"He found her too needy and it just wasn't working out," a source close to Prince Harry told People magazine.
Another source confirmed the separation but said that the breakup was "amicable" and somewhat of a relief to both parties, who wanted to go their separate ways. The two had been together through several ups and downs, with Harry being deployed to Afghanistan and then more recently appearing in the spotlight together at official events. more >>
Is Duchess Kate Middleton pregnant with baby number two? Prince William may have inadvertently spilled the beans during their trip to New Zealand while speaking with a local.
Cynthia Read knitted a shawl for baby Prince George, and while giving it to Prince William, he leaned in and told her, "You might have to make another one soon."
"The way William said it was like he was dropping a hint, letting me in on a secret," Read told reporters after the event. more >>
Prince William recently penned a "thank you" letter to a Kenyan community that gifted his son, baby George Alexander Louis, with a herd of Cows.
The Duke of Cambridge expressed gratitude and delight while thanking the Samburu community for giving Prince George four heifers, a bull, and a goat in honor of his October christening. The animals will reportedly be raised in Lewa, where William and Kate Middleton, both 31, enjoyed a safari get-a-way in 2010.
The christening gift is believed to be symbolic and of deeply significant honor, which William acknowledged in his letter. more >>
Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas have been subject to engagement rumors in recent months however the British socialite's brother recently slammed wedding reports as "ludicrous."
Jacobi Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, who is a 30-year-old DJ, recently expressed concern about the media scrutiny that Bonas, 24, has grown subject to due to her involvement with Harry, who is fourth in line to the British throne.
"Cressida is not a tough cookie at all. She's a very sensitive, sweet girl. It's challenging, you can't deny it. It's not something that is easy for anyone dating a royal or marrying into the Family," Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe told London's Evening Standard. more >>
The Most Rev. Justin Welby, who recently baptized Prince George, said he is free to become a Buddhist if he chooses so later in life, but stressed the relationship he needs to develop with Christ to his parents during the christening.
"He's perfectly entitled to be that and we'll cross that bridge if we ever get to it, who knows?" the Archbishop of Canterbury responded to a question from Channel 4 News about what will happen if one day Prince George decides to become a Buddhist.
"That's going to be a very long time in the future," he added. "We have a hugely multicultural society which is one of the fun bits of society. I find this the most intriguing and fascinating society to live in." more >>