Prince Harry, Cressida Bonas are over

Prince Harry is a single man! Two years after the 29-year-old royal began dating Cressida Bonas, the couple has split, according to Us Weekly.

“They’re off, but I don’t think it’s for good,” a source told Us. “They hit a rocky patch and this decision is the result of that. Harry is the type to want to take breathers and then try again.” A spokesman at Kensington Palace tells Us: “We never comment on private lives.”

The socialite Bonas, 25, was introduced to the prince by her friend and Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie of York. The pair appeared cozy for months after an early appearance at “The Dark Knight Rises” premiere in London in July 2012.

Last fall, word spread that wedding bells may be in the works for the pair — a rumor Bonas’ brother shot down.

In an interview with the Evening Standard, Jacobi Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe called the speculation that his half sister Bonas was engaged to Harry “ludicrous.”

In recent weeks, there have been rumors that there was trouble brewing between the couple. The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton had reportedly been spending the past few months advising Bonas on fitting in to the royal lifestyle.

Prince Harry is scheduled to travel to the U.S. this week with his brother Prince William to attend the wedding of their good friend Guy Pelly in Memphis, Tenn.


Craig Ferguson, host of “The Late Late Show,” announced he will leave the show at the of the year.

David Arquette welcomed a baby boy, Charlie West Arquette, with his girlfriend, Christina McLarty.

Denzel Washington, James Franco, Michelle Williams, Orlando Bloom, Ethan Hawke, Zach Braff, Billy Crudup, Rachel Weisz, Daniel Craig and Daniel Radcliffe were among the A-listers not nominated for Tony Awards.


Actress Dianna Agron (“Glee”) is 28.

Actress Kirsten Dunst (“Spider-Man”) is 32.

Actor Johnny Galecki (“The Big Bang Theory”) is 39.

Singer Akon is 41.

Director Jane Campion (“The Piano”) is 60.

Singer Willie Nelson is 81.

Actress Cloris Leachman (“Phyllis”) is 88.

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