Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas know 'split is for the best'
Prince Harry reportedly hasn't "shed a tear" yet over his love split.
The young royal and ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas called time on their relationship last month, after nearly two years of courting.
Many believed they were on the verge of taking the union to the next level, but this pressure is allegedly what contributed to the split.
"Harry had grown really tired of the constant speculation about whether they were getting engaged and had simply had enough. Cressida knows the split is for the best, but that doesn't mean she's not devastated - she did all the crying when they broke up. No one's seen Harry shed a tear yet," a palace insider revealed to British magazine Now.
In a bid to raise the heartbroken blonde's spirits, Cressida's friends have rallied around. Their plans seemingly backfired though when last week Cressida was spotted crying at Mode nightclub in London's Notting Hill.
"Cress was out with a bunch of girlie mates who had taken her out on the town to try and cheer her up. But it didn't go to plan - she spent the evening with a beanie pulled down over her eyes the whole night and was crying onto her mates' shoulders. She wasn't having a good time at all," the source said.
To make matters worse, Cressida then had to see Harry jet off to Memphis, Tennessee, for his close friend Guy Pelly's wedding.
"Cress is very upset - she's had paparazzi camped outside her work and they've given her two weeks to get over things and hope the media focus dies down. She hates all the attention. Then to see Harry fly off to the States to drink non-stop has just upset her further," the insider added.