Prince Harry and his girlfriend Cressida Bonas joined a host of A-list celebrities including Kate Moss, Billie Piper and Sienna Miller, as the two attended Glastonbury festival. The fun-loving couple spent one afternoon watching iconic rock band The Rolling Stones perform from the Pyramid Stage. Prince Harry and Cressida proved they were just like the rest of us as they tucked into a plate of chips, soaked up the sun and enjoyed the vibrant atmosphere.
Cressida, 24, looked effortlessly stylish in worn denim dungarees with a loosely fitted white vest underneath. She wore white high-top trainers and a pair of retro 90s style neon sunglasses to top off her festival look. Prince Harry opted for a casual look, wearing a frayed checked shirt and shorts as he tried to blend in with the crowds. It seems his efforts to remain as incognito as possible succeeded, as the barmaid who served him in Glastonbury's Bar Boulevard reportedly only recognised the young royal when he left. After enjoying The Rolling Stones, Prince Harry reportedly left his girlfriend to join some friends who he has previously been spotted with in Las Vegas, for a night of partying and dancing with A-list celebrities.
The dashing royal danced alongside Kate Moss and other famous faces until sometime after three in the morning. He was about to head off early until the organiser of Glastonbury, Michael Eavis, told him to enjoy the festival's buzzing night scene. Prince Harry joined celebrities in the exclusive Shangri-La VIP area, which only accommodates 30 people and serves absinthe to its high-profile guests. "I recommended that he should go on into the night because the nightlife is what Glastonbury is all about," said Michael, talking to reporters. Prince Harry and Cressida's outing to Glastonbury comes days after Cressida performed her farewell routine for the Trinity Laban Conservatoire on Wednesday.
The performance was her last dance, as she has just completed a one-year contemporary dance course at the prestigious institution. The couple are said to be very down-to-earth, and often try to blend in with the crowds. Just last week they were spotted taking a train home from a friend's wedding in Northumberland.