And she’ll never be ‘Royal’…

It looks like the two year romance between Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas is over.

According to People, 29-year-old Harry reportedly decided to end things with his 25-year-old girlfriend and a source tells the mag that, “He found her too needy and it just wasn’t working out.”

The news comes as a bit of a surprise, as the usually low-profile couple has been spotted out in public more frequently as of late, adding fuel to the fire that marriage was in their future.

E! News reports that when the Prince of Wales spoke at a charity event at London’s Wembley Arena last month, Bonas accompanied him as his official date, and the two have recently been seen out on dinner dates.

Meanwhile, the gossip site Showbiz Spy paints a very different picture of the breakup, alleging that it was “Cressie” that actually called off the relationship due to the pressures from her royal beau’s family.

“She’s used to making her own schedule… and she doesn’t wants to give up her entire life to attend royal engagements,” a source tells the site, which also alleges that it was the Queen’s desire for Harry to be married by 30 that led things to cool off between the two.

The supposed breakup comes right on the heels of Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s third wedding anniversary, which is this week (April 29.)

Do you think Harry and Cressida have really called it quits? And if so, do you see a reunion in their future? Share your thoughts below!


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