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Originally posted 10/22/2013 01:05PM
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Originally posted 10/22/2013 08:30AM
Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas might be getting serious, but they're not quite ready to attend sacred royal family occasions together.
Despite reports over the weekend saying Bonas was mulling over an invitation to this Wednesday's Christening of Harry's nephew Prince George, the 24-year-old in fact has not been asked and wasn't expecting to be, those close to her say.
"It was always so unlikely that she would be invited. To say she is shy and mulling it over is rubbish," a family friend tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 10/10/2013 02:00PM
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Originally posted 10/16/2013 08:00AM
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Originally posted 10/09/2013 08:00AM
She's young, gorgeous, well-bred – and she has captured Prince Harry's heart.
Cressida Bonas, 24, is "really sweet, easy to talk to and really funny," her former dance school classmate Becci Whelan tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story.
Since being introduced in July 2012 by Harry's cousin – and Bonas's close friend – Princess Eugenie, the pair, who have recently taken their year-long romance into the spotlight, have become "very serious," says a family source.
Originally posted 10/07/2013 09:00AM
Will Prince Harry be the next royal to walk down the aisle?
Speculation has increased after The Telegraph reported Sunday that Harry may pop the question to girlfriend Cressida Bonas next year.
And betting odds have grown accordingly as bookmakers reflect the increasing talk of wedding bells. Ladbrokes have odds of 8/11 that they will be engaged by the end of 2013 and even money on a wedding by the end of 2015.
Originally posted 10/07/2013 07:10AM
If you were hoping to find out how the National Zoo pandas spent their Saturday, well, we have no idea.
We can, however, tell you who welcomed a new addition, who rocked the sweetest accessory and who didn't twerk on national television this weekend:
Originally posted 10/05/2013 06:30PM
It's Harrymania, as Prince Harry set hearts aflutter as he greeted crowds of wellwishers during a visit to Sydney, Australia, on Saturday.
The Prince, who was in town for the International Fleet Review, smiled and pulled faces with babies and children and posed for selfies with women who'd descended on Sydney Harbor for their chance to see him.
The Daily Telegraph reports that at one point Harry bent down to pick up a woman's straw hat after she dropped it, and then ended up having a one-on-one chat with her 22-year-old daughter, Lauren Burke.
"The straw hat is the new glass slipper when it comes to getting a prince," Burke joked. "My mom is like my wing-woman."
Originally posted 10/02/2013 10:40AM
It's definitely still on for lovebirds Prince Harry and his girlfriend, socialite Cressida Bonas.
The two were spotted out on the town together on back-to-back date nights. On Monday, the couple attended a show by James Blunt at the Tabernacle in London's Notting Hill neighborhood. Also at the show was Harry's cousin Princess Beatrice and singer Ed Sheeran.
The following evening, Harry, 29, and Bonas, 24, popped up again, this time at a performance of Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre, where they dressed casually and mingled with the crowd.
Originally posted 09/27/2013 01:00PM
Another happy milestone for the Royal family is set for next month when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend christening services set for their son, Prince George.
The ceremony will be held Oct. 23 at The Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace, a spokesperson for Kensington Palace announced Friday.
Prince George, born in London in July and third in line to the British throne, will be christened by The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Reverend Justin Welby, in a private service, with further details announced at a later date, the palace said.
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