Should Meghan Be Worried? Prince Harry Invites Two Former Girlfriends To Royal Wedding
Prince Harry has invited not one but TWO former girlfriends to the Royal Wedding this weekend.
It is being reported in the UK that his former loves will join him and Meghan Markle on their big day.
Singer Ellie Goulding, and Cressida Bonas will all be in attendance this weekend but not long term love Chelsy Davy.
And although Megan, 36, will have no doubt been told about their invites it will surely increase her nerves on the biggest day of her life.
Blonde beauty Goulding, 31, was first spotted with Harry, 33, at a polo match in May 2016. The Prince and the singer then went on several dates and have remained friends ever since.
Stunning Cressida Bonas, 28, who dated the British Royal between 2012 and 2014 has also been given the nod of approval for the wedding.
The couple was introduced by his cousin Princess Eugenie and kept their relationship under wraps although they were photographed together at Glastonbury.
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Cressida reportedly called off their relationship because she could not handle life in the spotlight.
Surprisingly, socialite Chelsy Davy, 32, has not been invited to the wedding this weekend.
The socialite was a significant woman in Harry’s life. The couple had a six years on and off relationship before Harry fell for American actress Markle.
After they split Davy returned to Africa to study while Harry focused on his army career and Royal duties, however, she has remained friends with Kate Middleton and many are surprised that she has not been invited this weekend.
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