Are Prince Harry And Cressida Bonas Back On? Ex Joins Royal At Invictus Games Closing Ceremony
Prince Harry turns 30 today and started the celebration early at the Invictus Games closing ceremony at the Queen Elizabeth II Park in London. Aswell as a host of artists performing, including Ellie Goulding, Foo Fighters and James Blunt, Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas was also in the crowd.
She was spotted rocking a new fringe, break up re-style perhaps, as she hung-out with pals in the VIP area of the concert. Cressida and Harry ended their two year relationship in May, just weeks after they seemed to be making things more public with a string of high profile appearances together.
There’s been several rumours as to why they broke up, Cressida is believed to hate the attention she received as a royal WAG and wasn’t keen on becoming the next Kate Middleton. Other so-called close friends claimed Harry was reluctant to settle down and preferred the playboy prince lifestyle.
Cressida Bonas, pictured here in August, was spotted at the closing ceremony (FameFlynetUK)
Whatever the reason, the reappearance seems to hint that they could be taking another shot at the romance or are at least on good terms. Cressida flew back from a family wedding in Italy to attend the event, so it’s not like she was just down the road.
Harry has been working hard on the Invictus Games (FameFlynetUK)
Gabriella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, the half-sister of Cressida’s half-siblings Isabella and Jacobi, who married her longtime beau Alan Pownall in Tellaro, Liguria on Saturday.
In recent weeks Harry has been linked to Camilla Thurlow, who works for his charity Sentebale. The couple were reportedly spotted flirting in a Kensington nightclub over the Summer.
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The Prince hasn’t exactly had that much time for romance though as he has been promoting and organising the first Invictus Games, a sporting tournament for injured service men. The games has been such a success, Harry has claimed he’s already thinking about the next few annual games.