Cressida Bonas and Prince Harry have appeared together officially for the first time ever. Even though everyone knows the two have seen each other quite regularly for a while now, this was the first time the prince has brought Cressida to an official event. The two attended a benefit event for Free the Children. Harry spoke for the organization that aims to engage and empower young people to work together in an effort to erase poverty at 'We Day for the U.K.'
Prince Harry admitted to being nervous before the event, as Cressida supported him with her presence.
"If you were expecting Harry Styles, I apologize. And no, I'm not going to sing," he joked as he began his speech.
Both Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas dressed casually at the event, wearing jeans and sneakers. The two made separate entrances at 'We Day in the U.K.' They reunited a short time later and sat together when Harry wasn't speaking.
In royal terms, this likely means that Cressida and Harry are moving one step closer to becoming engaged. The young princes don't bring girlfriends to official events unless there is a high likelihood of something very official in their futures. Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas dined together at The Ivy earlier in the week. They ate with her brother-in-law Sam Branson at the esteemed restaurant.
Might there be another royal wedding in the future? Do you expect it could rival that of Kate Middleton and Prince William's? That event garnered huge interest from people all around the globe--not to mention it was Pippa Middletin's (Kate Middleton's sister) international debut. From the time the world got a glimpse of her beautiful behind, people talked about her almost as much as they talked about the bride.
Note to Cressida Bonas: be very careful about who you choose to stand up for you. They must not one-up your derriere.
Cressida and Harry have hung around each other long enough now that surely more than a friendship has grown between the two. It shouldn't surprise many people if an engagement is announced in the coming months.
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