Harry ‘will invite ex-girlfriends Chelsy Davy & Cressida Bonas to his wedding’ expert says


PRINCE HARRY and Meghan Markle will marry in May. While some brides ban ex-girlfriends of the groom from their weddings, this expert claims that modern Meghan will allow Harry to invite Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas.

 prince Harry 33, is set to marry Suits actress Meghan Markle, 36, is just a few months.

The couple have been together for over a year and a half, and have been on various public appearances together since they announced their engagement.

Prince Harry has been linked to various women before Meghan, including Love Island Camilla Thurlow, 28, and TV presenter Caroline Flack.

However, his most serious girlfriends are Cressida Bonas, 28, and Chelsy Davy, 32.

Now a royal expert, Emily Andrews, claims these two women have been invited to Prince Harry’s wedding.

A royal expert appeared on Lorraine Kelly on ITV this morning.

She told the presenter: “Meghan’s a very modern woman, ex-girlfriends are not going to phase her.

“Harry is still in touch with Chelsea Davy and Cressida Bonas, his two main girlfriends.

“I understand both women will be invited.”

Many brides would be uncomfortable at the idea of rubbing shoulders with their husband’s ex-lovers at their wedding.

However, the expert claimed “modern Meghan” is likely to have encouraged Harry to send the invites.

She added: “I expect Chelsy to come, I don’t know so much about Cressida, but I would definitely go if it were me.”

Zimbabwean national Chelsy Davy was Prince Harry’s first serious love and many thought the pair would marry.

The beautiful blonde and the youngest Prince dated between 2004 and 2011, although their relationship was on-and-off.

Cressida Bonas, on the other hand, dated Prince Harry for two years before they split up in April 2014.

Cressida was allegedly introduced to Prince Harry by Princess Eugenie in May 2012.



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