Mean­while... Looks like Harry’s still torn be­tween two blondes

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Many have pointed out the sim­i­lar­i­ties be­tween Prince Harry’s tan­gled at­tach­ments to two blondes and his fa­ther’s own ro­man­tic his­tory, and it looks like the tale of the dash­ing prince and his search for a princess could go on for a while longer. Just a cou­ple of months ago it was ru­moured that he and his ex-girl­friend Chelsy Davy, who many con­sider to be the love of his life, were on the cusp of rekin­dling their pas­sion­ate re­la­tion­ship. The pair ( pic­tured top right in 2007) pre­vi­ously dated on and off for six years and friends claimed that they were ‘sim­ply made for each other’. But it was said to be Chelsy’s re­luc­tance to be­come a royal and be thrust into a life of scru­tiny, that put a strain on the re­la­tion­ship. Yet there was hope that, as time had passed and there were now two more heirs born to be ahead of Harry in the line to the throne, per­haps th­ese two could fi­nally make it work. But no sooner had peo­ple started to get ex­cited that the 31-year-old had fi­nally won back the girl he’d wanted to marry, ru­mours sur­faced that he was pos­si­bly ro­manc­ing an­other former flame, Cres­sida Bonas, who he dated for two years fol­low­ing his split from Chelsy. The Prince spent his 31st birth­day at a pub with friends, one of whom was Cres­sida. But rec­on­cil­i­a­tion ru­mours were shot down by oth­ers in at­ten­dance at the gath­er­ing who claimed every­thing was com­pletely pla­tonic. ‘En­gage­ment watch’ is def­i­nitely set to con­tinue though as Harry re­cently said in an in­ter­view, “Of course I would love to have kids right now but there’s a process that one has to go through.” He con­tin­ued, “It would be great to have some­one else next to me to share the pres­sure, but you know, time will come and what­ever hap­pens, hap­pens.”

Could Harry still carry a torch for his ex, Cres­sida?

Friends of Harry and Chelsy say that they’ve al­ways been ‘made for each other’.

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