Cressida Bonas had the rumour mill churning when she was spotted walking hand-in-hand with a former boyfriend, Harry Wentworth-Stanley, over the weekend. The actress, who famously dated Prince Harry for two years, looked to be enjoying a romantic date with her ex on Valentine's Day.
The pair were seen strolling around Soho, central London on Saturday night, with Cressida dressed to impress in a thigh-skimming black jumper dress. The blonde beauty completed her rock chic look with a leather jacket and a black scarf, and made no secret of her new romance as she tightly clutched on to Harry's hand.
Harry, who is the son of Clare Husted Mountbatten, Marchioness of Milford Haven, used to go out with Cressida for two years while the pair were students at the University of Leeds.
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Cressida Bonas has been single for a year, but was briefly linked to actor Freddie Fox
The good-looking aristocrat, 26, is believed to have read business management and Spanish while Cressida studied dance, but the couple split after Harry decided to go travelling to Argentina, leaving Cressida heartbroken.
When the 25-year-old beauty and Prince Harry, 30, split almost a year ago, her ex Harry is reported to have texted Cressida to suggest they meet up. Judging by the new photos, the rumoured couple look to be an item again.
Harry Wentworth-Stanley (left) went out with Cressida Bonas for two years at university
Since graduating from university, Harry has reportedly completed a Masters degree in Real Estate at South Bank University based in London. He is now a graduate surveyor at luxury property firm Savills.
Budding actress Cressida, who is set to make her film debut with the release of Tulip Fever later this year, has most recently been linked to Freddie Fox. The actor set the record straight, however, when he denied that he and Cressida were together.
Cressida Bonas and Prince Harry announced their split in April 2014
Freddie, who starred in The Riot Club, a film about a prestigious gentleman's secret society at Oxford University, also seemed to suggest that he is bisexual.
"I've had girlfriends, but I wouldn't wish to say 'I am this or I am that', because at some time in my life I might fall in love with a man," he told The Telegraph. "I hope that I am the type of person who would fall in love with another person, as opposed to a sex. Most of my life to date has been as a straight man, but who knows what will happen next?"