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.
"Harry and Chelsy talk from time to time. They won't get back together, but they've remained good friends," a source told ShowBizSpy.com.
"When he split from Cressie, Harry called Chelsy to let her know what was going on with his life… and for a shoulder to cry on," the insider went on. "He was disappointed that Cressie didn't want to marry him."
On Wednesday Bonas, a British socialite, appeared glum while walking through London's West End in the wake of news of her split from Harry. While some media outlets claim he ended the relationship because she is "too needy," royal insiders insist this is false and that they are simply focused on different things right now.
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"Cressida has decided she wants to focus on her career and Harry is really keen that she is allowed to get on with her life," a source told the Daily Mail UK.
"He is furious at this suggestion that the split was in any way because she was relying too much on him. Cressida is one of the most independent people he knows," the source added.
Bonas is the daughter of 1960s society beauty, Lady Mary Gaye Curzon and her third husband, Old Harrovian businessman Jeffrey Bonas. She recently graduated from dance school Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and is said to be focused on her career.
Harry and Bonas first began dating in May 2012 after being introduced by his cousin, Princess Eugenie. While they have agreed to go their separate ways at this time, an alleged friend of the pair alluded to the possibility of a future reconciliation.
"Cressie is only 25 and pretty young for her age at that. Prince Harry will be 30 this year and is at a different stage in his life," the friend explained.
"He is incredibly fond of Cressie, and understands that she wants to do something with her life and with her career before she considers settling down," the insider continued. "It wouldn't surprise me in the slightest if they got back together in a few months' time."
In February, Harry reportedly reached out to his sister in law Kate Middleton for love advice after constantly being subject to false tabloid rumors. Recurring splits reports are said to have added strain to his relationship with Bonas and Middleton did her best to help.
"Kate knows all too well how damaging false reports can be," a source told Look magazine U.K. "So she urged them to show the world they were still going strong before the story snowballed."