EMILY PRESCOTT: Cressida Bonas’ lips are sealed as Harry tells the world about their first kiss

EMILY PRESCOTT: Cressida Bonas’ lips are sealed as Prince Harry tells the world about their awkward first kiss

While Prince Harry has detonated any chances of a stress-free life after publication of his memoir, old flame Cressida Bonas seems to have opted for a cosier and more carefree set-up.

As the furore raged last week Cressida, 33, now married to property developer Harry Wentworth-Stanley, took her baby son and her sausage dog Budgie Bear for a stroll near her London home as the Prince revealed intimate details about their relationship.

He describes their first kiss, recalling: ‘I leaned in to give her a kiss, but my aim was off… we managed something like a graze. Painfully awkward.’ 

And he writes about their break-up, saying he decided during a skiing trip that they weren’t a match. ‘There was massive affection, deep and abiding loyalty – but not love everlasting.’

Something of a lucky escape for Cressida…

As the furore raged last week Cressida, 33, now married to property developer Harry Wentworth-Stanley, took her baby son and her sausage dog Budgie Bear for a stroll near her London home as the Prince revealed intimate details about their relationship

As the furore raged last week Cressida, 33, now married to property developer Harry Wentworth-Stanley, took her baby son and her sausage dog Budgie Bear for a stroll near her London home as the Prince revealed intimate details about their relationship

Cressie, pictured, appears to have opted for a quiet life, unlike her royal ex

Cressie, pictured, appears to have opted for a quiet life, unlike her royal ex

The war between William and Harry has laid bare deep divisions in the Royal Family, but Kinks star Dave Davies says the Princes need to kiss and make up – pronto. 

Dave, 75, tells in his autobiography Living On A Thin Line how a 25-year feud with his bandmate brother Ray went on until they buried the hatchet in 2018. 

Now Dave says the Princes ‘should get off their a**** and make the world a better place instead of arguing’.

Charles back in the race

Dashing Charles Gordon-Lennox has become one of the most eligible men in Britain following his split from technology investor Eleonore Decaux. 

Charles, 28, right with Eleonore, is son and heir to the 11th Duke of Richmond, who founded motorsport celebration The Goodwood Festival of Speed at his sprawling estate in West Sussex. 

Charles, who has the title Earl of March and Kinrara, had been dating keen polo player Eleonore for a number of years. 

Dashing Charles Gordon-Lennox has become one of the most eligible men in Britain following his split from technology investor Eleonore Decaux

Dashing Charles Gordon-Lennox has become one of the most eligible men in Britain following his split from technology investor Eleonore Decaux

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