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Are Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy ready to reunite?

2015-09-09 13:07
Prince Harry and Chelsea Davy. (Archive/Getty Images)

Johannesburg - They split just before the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding in 2011, but fresh reports indicate that during a 3-month conservation visit around Africa, Prince Harry and his ex-girlfriend, Chelsy Davy, may be ready to give their relationship another go.

According to, the pair recently met while they were both in South Africa. "She is considering giving the relationship another try after their meeting," says a source. "Harry still holds a candle for her. They saw each other recently. There's still very much something between them. He has never fallen out of love with Chelsy."

Just before their split, it was reported that Chelsy ended things because she realised she would never fit into the royal family. Since their split, both have been involved in other relationships, but as it stands, they are both single.

Harry, who was dating model Cressida Bonas, ended things with her last year, while Chelsy who was reportedly dating jeweller, Charles Goode, has been single since January.

Despite reports of the reunion, insiders say that Chelsy's family are concerned, admitting that they thought she would always 'struggle' with life in the spotlight.

The two have remained friends since the split, but now for the first time, their reunion has sparked widespread speculation that this could be more than just friends.

Harry has been outspoken about his want to 'settle down' but downplayed all the speculation saying "It will happen when it's going to happen. Of course, I would love to have kids right now, but there's a process that one has to go through."

Chelsy lives between South Africa and London, so get out those phones if you happen to spot them...

-The Juice

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