Prince Harry on Date, But Has A Hollywood Crush?

Prince Harry has been spotted on a date with rumored girlfriend Cressida Bonas just as rumors of his admiration for Jennifer Lawrence surfaced this week.

The 28-year-old royal was photographed with the British model and socialite at London's The Rum Kitchen over the weekend, but he allegedly has an interest in Lawrence.

Harry is hoping to meet the American actress at a function he is planning in New York City this May, OK! magazine reported.

"He has given his flunkies a list of Hollywood hotties he wants to attend," an insider at the magazine said. "Harry has a thing for all of them, but Jennifer's his number-one girl right now."

Furthermore, the red-haired royal has taken a liking to Lawrence due to her personality which matches his own- "very chill and out for a good time," the source claimed.

Prince Harry is notorious for his fun-loving personality, while Lawrence is also praised for her lighthearted attitude. All fun aside though, the British Army soldier and royal could be prepared for a quieter life.

"Harry is looking for a serious relationship and is ready to settle down," added the insider. "And the way he's thinking right now, he could end up with a Hollywood wife."

However, in a series of recent interviews, Harry noted that the prospect of marriage "takes time."

"I don't think you can ever be urged to settle down," the prince told ABC News. "If you find the right person and everything's right, it takes time, for myself and my brother."

Meanwhile, Prince Harry's older brother, the Duke and Cambridge, is expecting his first child with wife Kate Middleton later this year.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are expecting their child this July, visited the offices of Child Bereavement U.K. charity in Saunderton, Buckinghamshire on Tuesday.

Middleton, 31, paired a winter white coat with black tights and black heels during the outing.

Then, the mother-to-be made another appearance alongside Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday at the Baker Street Tube Celebration, marking the 150th anniversary of the London Underground.