Prince Harry wants to win Cressida Bonas back with a trip to the country
The young royal split from Cressida in April, after nearly two years of dating. While many reports suggested that couple went their separate ways due to the question of marriage that constantly surrounded them, friends of Harry say he's lost without the pretty blonde.
"He realises how much he misses Cressie. He's always loved her banter and the way she made him laugh. He wants to take her to a little place in Devon, so they can spend time alone to sort things out," a palace insider divulged to British magazine Now.
Cressida was reportedly devastated in the wake of the split and was spotted crying at a London night spot while out with friends. But her pain seems to have subsided and on a recent night out with Harry's cousin Princess Beatrice as Cressida seemed to be in good spirits.
"Seeing her with Beatrice a couple of weeks ago at Annabel's club in London, looking so carefree, made him realise he wanted her back. Now he's going all out to give things another go," the source added.
While many hope that a reunion is on the cards, Cressida is reportedly keen to assert her individuality and doesn't want people to think she'll morph into Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
She's a trained dancer and is proud of her own personal style say friends.
"In the past few months Cressida's got the distinct impression she was being told to 'smarten up'. She is not going to change into the next Kate, she loves her boho style and won't change for anyone. She's told Harry that. It's telling that she's been out recently in her trademark Dr Martens," the insider recently explained.
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