We weren’t sure WHAT to make of the recent rumour that Prince Harry and his former flame, South African hottie Chelsey Davey, were on the verge of reuniting
Frankly, we didn’t want to believe it – not least because we’re definitely still confident of stealing his heart (oh, and nabbing a crown in the process).
And now our aspirations of marrying well have been thrown a second curve-ball in as many days: the royal and ANOTHER gorgeous ex have been spotted on a night-out looking rather chummy.
In fact, while celebrating his 31st birthday in London earlier this week, Harry and one-time love-interest Cressida Bonas, 26, seemed very much like the cosy couple.
Cue another million hearts (including our own!) breaking.
Of course, the fifth-in-line to the British throne has very much embraced the role of a bachelor playboy prince in recent years.
But significantly, Ms Bonas – a well-to-do actress and dancer – recently broke up with her boyfriend. And it seems in the aftermath of her heartache Mr Wales is happy to at least reconsider his own single status.
On Tuesday evening (although they partied into Wednesday too), the prince and a gaggle of close friends, including his cousin Zara Phillips and her rugby-player husband Mike Tindall, gathered at posh The Cross Keys pub in Chelsea.
By the early hours the party was still very much in full swing, and along with a select handful of others, Cressida was invited back to Kensington Palace to continue the birthday celebrations.
Cressida is the youngest daughter of socialite Lady Mary Curzon and businessman Jeffrey Bonas, as well as granddaughter of Edward Curzon, 6th Earl Howe.
She met the young British prince through his cousin, Princess Eugenie, in 2012 and the pair went on to date for two years.