EEEK! Ellie Goulding and Prince Harry spotted ‘all over each other’

Prince Harry is probably the world’s most eligible bachelor, so it’s no surprise that a rumoured romance between him and pop star Ellie Goulding is causing a serious stir online.

The pair – who have been friends for a number of years – were spotted together at the Audi Polo Challenge in Berkshire and, according to a Sun source, were “all over each other” at the event.

Later, at an exclusive post-polo after party – where no cameras were allowed in order to ensure the comfort of celebrity attendees – the Prince and Ellie were said to have “only had eyes for each other”.

A source told The Sun: “They were part of a wider group including Tom Hardy but Harry and Ellie only had eyes for each other all night – they spent a lot of time sitting together under blankets.”

“They were seen having a kiss before Harry had to go because he was playing polo the next day.  Ellie left about five minutes later.”

The source also revealed that the Anything Could Happen singer – who parted ways with on-off boyfriend Dougie Poynter earlier this year – has recently been exchanging flirtatious texts with the Royal.

They said: “[Harry] has told friends how much he likes Ellie and she is clearly taken with him.”

But the source also admitted that if the Prince was to get into a serious relationship with the songstress, the Royal family may not approve because of Ellie’s celebrity status.

The 29-year-old singer performed at the Royal wedding back in 2011 and attended the Invictus Games two years ago – an event which was organised by Harry.


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The Prince has been single for the last two years, ever since he split with Burberry model Cressida Bonas.

Could there be a Princess Ellie in the future?  All we can do is hope.

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