It's unsurprising that dating someone like a member of the Royal Family comes with a huge amount of pressure, but it probably doesn't help if you're shy and discreet by nature - much like Prince Harry's current squeeze Cressida Bonas.
Katie Nicholl, Royal pro at the Mail on Sunday and author of new book Kate: The Future Queen - written about the Duchess of Cambridge - has told EntertianmentWise exclusively that she feels Cressida must be under additional pressure over the fact that Harry's last girlfriend, Chelsea Davy, couldn't particularly handle the limelight.
She told us: "[Harry] seems to be very commited to Cressida. They've been dating really since last summer.
Dating Prince Harry has its downsides, believe it or not (WENN)
"Where they've been quite clever is they've managed to keep it under the radar, and I think that's helped because Cressida's quite shy. She doesn't enjoy the spotlight."
She explained: "You never see her posing for the cameras, she's always darting out of the car or nipping into a nightclub as discreetly as she possibly can. I think dating Prince Harry comes with a huge amount of pressure, particularly on the back of the love of his life, who was Chelsea Davy. She adored Harry, but the problem Chelsea had was she didn't want to date a Prince."
Left: Cressida Bonas, right: Chelsea Davy (WENN)
Asked if it was Chelsea who ended the romance, Katie speculated: "I think it was Chelsea wanting to end the relationship. She didn't enjoy being in the limelight, she didn't enjoy the pressure that came with it. The irony was that she realised this at the Royal Wedding when she was Harry's guest.
"They split shortly after. She realsied it wasn't for her."
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