Prince Harry and Cressida's relationship heats up

Last updated 14:23 10/03/2014
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YOUNG LOVERS: Prince Harry and his girlfriend Cressida Bonas were spotted together for the second time in three days.

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Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas' relationship is heating up, with the couple being spotted displaying affection for the second time in three days.

The pair were spotted at England's thrilling 29-18 victory over Wales in Six Nations rugby last night (UK time) but Bonas only had eyes for her royal beau, the Telegraph reported.

It sent the UK bookmakers into a spin, slashing the odds on a royal engagement in 2014.

At 29, Harry is approaching the royal knot-tying age and on Friday Bonas, 24, attended her first official engagement with the prince.

On that occasion, Bonas posed happily for photographers and kissed the Prince at the launch of the We Day UK young people's charity event at Wembley Arena, where the Prince addressed 12,000 students.

Bonas works in marketing in London and reportedly has a security pass for Kensington Palace, the Prince's London home.

Two years ago, at around the time Prince Harry began dating Bonas, he complained about the difficulty of finding a partner who would be willing to put up with the scrutiny of being a prospective member of the Royal family.

In an interview with US television, he said: "I'm not so much searching for someone to fulfil the role, but obviously, you know, finding someone that would be willing to take it on."

His relationship with his only previous long-term girlfriend, Chelsy Davy, ended in 2009 when she decided she did not to want to live with the constraints attached to the Royal family.

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