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There will not be another royal wedding. At least, not soon. It’s been reported that Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas won’t ever marry. According to Vanity Fair, the couple of almost two year are kaput.
A source close to Prince Harry said they were definitely through, and there won’t be any reunions. The source said, “He pretty much said he’s out to have fun now that he’s single. He wants to meet a girl and he is definitely a bachelor.”
Recently, there were rumors suggesting Harry is trying his best to win the girl back. As reported, one night he hosted her at Kensington Palace for a romantic dinner he made himself.
Did you know that Cressida told him she can’t be a princess? The source added, “He was hopeful of getting back together, but it’s not going to happen.”
“He was sad, but he’s dusted himself off and is now moving on. He’s on the lookout for a new girlfriend already.”
So, who is the next lady? Amanda Shepherd. She was previously married to Bryan Ferry.
It is said that Amanda and Harry are old friends and were “very flirty” at Guy Pelly’s Memphis Wedding.
More on Harry news, he recently let his lookalike present himself as Prince, only to see if the girls interested were gold diggers. Not fun, Prince, not fun.
Matt Hicks, who lives in Exeter and takes care of oil spills for a living, was chosen to play the part of Prince Harry in dating show I Wanna Marry Harry.
The series show 12 American girls wanting to impress Matt, who they believe is the royal bachelor.
“I couldn’t believe it,” said Matt on Good Morning Britain, adding that he was “absolutely amazed” that the girls fell for it.
“I just sort of got thrown into this situation, not really knowing what to expect,” he said. “It was all completely new to me so I just sort of winged it.”
“The longer we spent doing this process, the fewer girls were left and the longer I spent with them. So the more they wanted to know about me. They were so inquisitive, they were digging and the whole time I wasn’t confirming or denying who I was.”