Cressida Bonas is loved-up with new beau Edward Holcroft at Wimbledon

It looks like Cressida Bonas has a new love interest. The former girlfriend of Prince Harry appeared to confirm her relationship with Edward Holcroft as she attended Wimbledon on Friday.

The pair were every inch the loved-up couple on Centre Court. Actor Edward, who is best known for his role in BBC2 miniseries Wolf Hall, was seen whispering in Cressida's ear, while the blonde beauty giggled away.


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Cressida and Edward looked loved-up on Centre Court

Mulberry ambassador Cressida, 26, looked as stylish as ever in a mustard-hued, 70s-style dungaree dress that she teamed with a white t-shirt and nude wedges. She showcased her natural beauty with barely-there make-up and left her long blonde blocks in tousled waves as she watched Novak Djokovic take on Richard Gasquet in the semi-finals.

Cressida and Edward are believed to have been dating for several months now and this is the second time this week that the couple have been spotted together – on Tuesday, they were snapped jumping into a black cab as they left Le Caprice club in London.

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The pair appeared to confirm their new relationship

Cressida's new relationship comes just months after revealing that it was "nice" being single and describing herself as a "strong, independent woman".

The star, who dated Prince Harry for two years after being introduced by her friend and Harry's cousin Princess Eugenie, had been single for almost a year.

Cressida also opened up about the intense interest in her relationship with Harry, which attracted the world's media for the duration, as well as after they called time last April.

"All that stuff is not real," she told the Sunday Times Style magazine. "It's really important to remember that all it is, is noise, noise that can be very loud at times."

The pair's split was reported to be amicable and they are said to have remained good friends.

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