Chelsy Davy has admitted that her seven-year relationship with Prince Harry was "scary" and "uncomfortable" due to media intrusion and the scrutiny which comes with dating royalty."It was so full-on - so crazy and scary and uncomfortable," the 30-year-old Zimbabwean solicitor-turned-jewellery designer told "I found it very difficult when it was bad. I was trying to be a normal kid, and it was horrible."Chelsy started dating Prince Harry in 2004, and the pair had an on/off relationship until 2010.
In 2011, she was invited to the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, but revealed she would not marry Harry because "it's not the life for [her]".
Now that Harry is 32 and Meghan 35, and Harry has previously said he can't wait to marry and have children, it's likely that his relationship with Meghan will proceed quicker than William and Kate's.
Nothing stamps "official" on a relationship more than attending a wedding à deux — if a dating couple knows they're not heading that way themselves, it's not necessarily an event they would want to attend together, but if they think they might be headed for the aisle then it just adds to the excitement.
Already, British oddsmakers are entering the fray (odds are 25 to 1 that the two will be engaged).
It's likely to be pretty secluded so even arrivals would be private, but inside the wedding Meghan would be meeting Harry's whole extended friend group.Harry and Markle (who was married to production company owner Trevor Engelson from 2011 to 2013) reportedly met in Toronto in the beginning of May, when Harry was in town for the launch of the 2017 Invictus Games. to remember me by,” he might have said, in a somber, wistful tone, handing the item to her along with a lock of his red hair.) Did he make her a replica? The “cycle” that accompanies any sort of new high-profile royal-romance rumor was this weekend. This is, for the Cinnamon Prince, though, par for the course.Davy says now, though, that she and the prince are, yes, say it with her, .