Reunited and it feels so good: Cressida willing to give Prince Harry romance another shot
Cressida Bonas is reportedly willing to give her romance with Britain's Prince Harry another go.
The young couple dated for more than two years before they broke up earlier this year, but were recently spotted at the Invictus Games together.
The sporting event was organised by Harry, and saw over 300 wounded injured and sick service personnel compete.
"Cressida has had some time to think and she is willing to give it another go with Harry. They've been speaking a lot and Harry has been trying a softly, softly approach," an insider told British magazine Grazia.
"Cressida wouldn't have accepted Harry's invitation to the Games if she didn't want to be seen, so the fact she was there says a lot. Afterwards, they had dinner back at his apartment together."
Since they called time on their relationship, Harry, 30, has been linked to a string of beautiful women.
He was spotted getting close to charity worker Camilla Thurlow and it was also reported he'd spent time with Bryan Ferry's ex-wife Amanda Sheppard.
"Cressida wouldn't admit it to him, but it wouldn't be surprising if she's been jealous of the girls Harry has been linked to. It's made her realise she'd like to give things another go," the source said.
The redheaded royal is said to be overjoyed that a union with Cressida could become a reality, but he's apparently keen to take things slowly this time around.
"Harry was devastated when Cressida called time on their relationship. He has been playing the field, but he's still madly in love with her and never ditched the idea of winning her back.
"He doesn't want to scare her off this time so he's trying a very relaxed approach. But he's hoping a proper reunion could be on the cards," the insider added.
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