Prince Harry's Ex-Girlfriend Cressida Bonas Reveals She Is Engaged to Harry Wentworth-Stanley
Cressida Bonas, the famous British model who dated Prince Harry between 2012 and 2014, is finally walking down the aisle five years later.
The news was shared by her fiancé, Harry Wentworth-Stanley, who took to his Instagram page to share a cute photo of them smiling at the camera.
In the picture, which appears to have been taken in a field, it is also possible to see the engagement ring in Bonas' finger, featuring a center stone surrounded by smaller red and white stones.
FROM HARRY TO HARRY
It has been reported that the lovebirds like to keep their relationship away from curious eyes, especially from the media, and it is rumored that they have been dating for around two years now.
Bonas also dated Prince Harry for two years but her relationship with the Royal came to end in late April. The separation was reportedly "amicable" and after that, she had the chance to fully focus on her career.
SHE HAD DOUBTS ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP
According to Ingri Seward, Majesty Magazine's editor-in-chief, their relationship wasn't doing very well towards the end:
"Cressida has been a bit wobbly about the whole situation for quite some time. Not about him, but the whole situation and really if it is what she wants.”
EXES AT THE ROYAL WEDDING
Despite their breakup, Bonas was still invited to attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 2018.
The beautiful blonde was spotted arriving at the venue ahead of the nuptials wearing a pink-and-green striped dress designed by EPONINE London, as well as an elegant feathered headpiece.
Another one of Harry's ex girlfriends, Actress Cressida Bonas arrives for the wedding ceremony of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pic.twitter.com/CRKnD0nSyd— Elliot Wagland (@elliotwagland) May 19, 2018
But she wasn't the only ex-girlfriend the Prince invited to the wedding. Chelsy Davy, who dated Harry on and off for about seven years, also made an appearance.
Unlike Bonas, Davy opted for a blue pleated dress by Tunisian couturier Azzedine Alaïa, which she matched with a cap and clutch bag, along with Alaïa Bombe nude studded sandals.