Past dating history
As the hearts of the nation collectively break over the news that Prince Harry is officially off the market after meeting 'The One' Meghan Markle - who he will be marrying in Windsor on Saturday, May 19 - we take a look at the our favourite redheaded royal's romantic history over the years.And all those rumours too...presenter described herself as Prince Harry's "bit of rough" after the pair were introduced by mutual friends back in 2009.I panicked and decided not to take him up on his offer."She probably feels a bit silly about that in hindsight...Model Florence Brudenell-Bruce reportedly dated Prince Harry briefly in 2011, after he had split from long-term girlfriend Chelsy.
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However, the couple broke-up after two years in 2014, following claims Cressida didn't want to give up her ambition to act and perform, and struggled with media intrusion.
, saying: "I was dancing and accidentally elbowed him as he walked past.
Although the couple always looked as though they were having the best time together, Chelsy recently admitted that she found it hard to cope during their seven year relationship because of all the press intrusion. I was trying to be a normal kid, and it was horrible."The pair remain on good terms however, as Chelsy added: "I think we will always be good friends." Perhaps she may even get an invite to his wedding?
"It was so full-on: crazy and scary and uncomfortable," she told last year. There were rumblings that Prince Harry was going to pop the question to aspiring actress and dancer Cressida after the pair began dating when they were introduced by Harry's cousin, Princess Eugenie in 2012.
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