Cressida Bonas – Next Royal Bride?

Photo Courtesy of London Evening Standard

Photo Courtesy of London Evening Standard

Cressida Bonas, daughter of Lady Mary-Gaye Curzon and Jeffrey Bonas, is the most recent female linked to Prince Harry. Introduced by the Prince’s cousin, Princess Eugenie, Bonas was first romantically linked to Prince Harry back in 2012, months after he broke up with his longterm girlfriend, Chelsy Davy.  Princess Eugenie is not her only royal link – Bonas is also the half-sister of Prince William’s former love interest,  Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe (who is now married to Richard Branson’s son, Sam).

Calthorpe and Branson

Calthorpe and Branson

Davy and Prince Harry (2008)

Davy and Prince Harry (2008)

Davy and Kate Middleton (2008) Photo Courtesy of marieclaire.co.uk

Davy and the Duchess of Cambridge (2008)
Photo Courtesy of marieclaire.co.uk

While Bonas and Prince Harry have never been photographed together, they tend to go to the same spots at the same times and have even vacationed together. According to this New York Magazine article, things between the two began to fizzle last year after Prince Harry’s wild nights in Vegas; however, the couple seems to be back on, having recently been spotted partying together at Glastonbury in June.

Bonas at Glastonbury (June 2013)

Bonas at Glastonbury (June 2013)
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Prince Harry at Glastonbury (June 2013) Photo Courtesy of dailymail.co.uk

Prince Harry at Glastonbury (June 2013)
Photo Courtesy of dailymail.co.uk

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2 thoughts on “Cressida Bonas – Next Royal Bride?

  1. ihavethemoon says:

    But I like Chelsea!

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