Prince Harry Wants to Marry Cressida Bonas, Report Says

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Tuesday, 08 Oct 2013 07:08 AM

By Alexandra Ward

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There may be another royal wedding in our future, as rumors are swirling that Prince Harry will marry girlfriend Cressida Bonas sometime next year.

"Cressie is going to marry Harry," one of her friends told The Telegraph"Harry never stops talking about marriage and children, and she has now got used to the idea. The wedding is likely to take place next year."

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The prince, who will turn 30 next year, and Bonas, 24, were introduced by Harry's cousin, Princess Eugenie, in May 2012 and their romance quickly blossomed.

But the idea of marriage reportedly scared Bonas at first.

"Cressida has been in floods of tears," one of her friends claimed. "Harry is coming on very strong, but she is all over the place. She thinks she is far too young to get married and is scared by all his talk of marriage and settling down."

There were also reports that Harry wasn't over his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy, but sources say he is now fully committed to Bonas.

"He says he wants her to be his wife — this is it," the source told E! Online. "Things will start happening sooner rather than later. Harry's found his girl. It's taken everybody very much by surprise."

Bonas studied dance at Leeds University and graduated from the Trinity Laban Conservatoire earlier this year. The daughter of Lady Mary-Gaye Curzon and businessman Jeffrey Bonas, Cressida Bonas comes from a well-known family. One of her half-sisters, Pandora, is an accessories designer for Vivienne Westwood, according to The Telegraph. Her half-brother Jacobi Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe is a popular polo player, and her other half-sister Isabella recently married Sir Richard Branson's son Sam.

Prince Harry's brother William created a tabloid frenzy when he wed Kate Middleton in April 2012. The royal wedding was a media spectacle all over the world and critics anticipate similar fanfare for Prince Harry's nuptials.

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