It's Official: Prince Harry & Cressida Bonas Are Definitely Over

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Prince Harry Cressida Bonas Officially Broken Up

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Our dreams of another royal wedding happening in the near future have been officially crushed: Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas are never, ever getting back together. According to Vanity Fair, the younger Prince and his on-and-off-again girlfriend of two years are very much kaput.

His friends told the magazine's Royal Watch column that there will be no happy reunions, which means, the red-headed royal is back on the market. "He pretty much said he's out to have fun now that he's single. He wants to meet a girl and he is definitely a bachelor," a source close to the royal says.

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This news comes after recent whispers that Harry was trying his best to win Cressida back. One night, he even hosted her at Kensington Palace for a romantic meal — cooked by the Prince himself!

Harry's romantic ways were all for naught, though: Cressida flat out told him she won't be able to live up to being a princess. "He was hopeful of getting back together, but it's not going to happen," the source adds. "He was sad, but he's dusted himself off and is now moving on. He's on the lookout for a new girlfriend already."

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The lady who has caught Harry's attention? Amanda Shepherd. Once married to singer Bryan Ferry, Harry and Amanda are old friends and reportedly were "very flirty" at friend Guy Pelly's Memphis Wedding (where, Harry and William had the time of their lives).

If he's unable to woo Amanda, he should consider appearing on FOX's I Want to Marry Harry, season two. They won't need a fake prince, and he will have group of eager girls vying for his heart. A win-win, in our opinions!

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