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Harry, Cressida Date: Prince Takes On-Off Flame Out for Burgers

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By Clyde Hughes   |   Thursday, 16 Jan 2014 12:09 PM

Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas appear to be dating again, after the two were spotted on a low key date at the London burger eatery Byron on Monday.

The prince, with the beard he grew during his trip to Antarctica, wore a baseball cap. Bonas wore an orange beanie and Nike Air trainers, according to The Mirror. The couple might have gone unnoticed if it was not for security officers. 

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The date puts to rest, at least for now, the rumor that the couple was on the verge of splitting. The Mirror reported Sunday that the two had drifted since Prince Harry's charity expedition to the South Pole in December. 

The couple had a skiing trip in France planned, but Harry, 29, and Bonas, 24, did not go, cooling earlier rumors that the prince was ready to propose.

"Talk of Harry and Cressida getting married could not be further from the truth," a source told The Mirror. "Indeed it wouldn't be a surprise if they go their separate ways soon. It is actually Harry who has been moving on. He is incredibly fond of Cressida and loves her company but he has commitments and plans in other areas of his life that could be jeopardized by settling down. It is not what he wants at this time of his life."

People magazine reported in early December that the prince and his team of military veterans completed their four-week, 200-mile journey to the South Pole. 

"It will prove to everybody that there's so much that can be made possible when you think that nothing is left," Prince Harry wrote on his Walking With The Wounded charity blog. "I think we'll be having a few whiskies tonight and everyone's looking forward to getting home."

The prince said he was inspired by the trip with the servicemen, who had all been wounded in battle. 

"All 12 of them have different reasons for being here and I don't think it's necessarily something that for all of them that it will, either tonight or tomorrow or when they get back home, but what an amazing journey for every single one of them and this charity really does do amazing things," Prince Harry wrote.

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