Cressida Bonas - Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend - has starred in a sizzling new music video for James Arthur's new song, Naked. The actress, who dated the British royal from 2012 until 2014, looked sensational in and off-white lace dress as she cosied up to the former X Factor winner during the romantic shoot. The simple yet elegant number featured a beautiful tiered skirt and a halter neck, and was styled with embellished velvet heels and diamond encrusted earrings. Her blonde tresses were worn in soft waves, with one side clipped behind her ear, and her pretty facial features were accentuated with smoky eyes and a touch of blusher.
Cressida Bonas stars in James Arthur's new music video for Naked
Cressida's tactile display comes shortly after Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle announced their engagement to the world. The video sees the James take on a role of a talk show host with the socialite playing his love interest. The singer's song is currently No.2 on the iTunes chart, and the video will premieres later this week. Cressida, 28, took to Instagram on Tuesday evening to share an inspirational message with her followers. She uploaded a sketch of a boy and a girl sat side-by-side on swings, accompanied by the message: "No matter how educated, talented, rich or cool you believe you are, how you treat people ultimately tells it all." Alongside the post, the 28-year-old simply wrote: "Truth."
Prince Harry's ex looked divine in a white number
During her romance with Harry, it was widely speculated that Cressida would become his future wife. Following their split, the budding actress kept a dignified about why exactly they had parted ways. It was even reported that the Duchess of Cambridge was helping Cressida with how to deal with the intensity of the royal spotlight. However, Cressida later dismissed the report, describing it as just "noise". In 2015, she told the Sunday Times Style magazine: "All that stuff is not real. It's really important to remember that all it is noise, noise that can be very loud at times."