Last time we checked in with Prince Harry, he had just returned to London after his charitable trek across the South Pole, and his persnickety grandma was allegedly urging him to shave the lush, ginger beard he acquired along the way. As of a few days ago, the beard remains in place, as does his romance with Cressida Bonas, despite reports of a growing divide between the pair.
On Monday night, the fun-loving royal, 29, accompanied his blue-blooded blonde squeeze, 24, to a burger place not far from his digs at Kensington Palace.
"They were having a good time," a spy at Byron Hamburgers tells People.
Over the weekend, they rendezvoused with Harry's cousin, Princess Eugenie, at a London hotspot.
The outings come on the heels of a report from the London Mirror that claims Harry and Cressida have begun to "drift apart." Fueling the rumblings: A planned ski trip to France in early January never materialized.
"Talk of Harry and Cressida getting married could not be further from the truth. Indeed, it wouldn't be a surprise if they go their separate ways soon," a source warns the paper. "It is actually Harry who has been moving on. He is incredibly fond of Cressida and loves her company, but he has commitments and plans in other areas of his life that could be jeopardized by settling down. It is not what he wants at this time of his life."
But the Daily Beast says both the breakup and engagement talk are premature. What's more, Prince Harry apparently appreciates the sacrifices Bonas has made on his behalf (including giving up her dreams of being a dancer) and has informed friends that this is his most serious romance to date, more so than his time long-term on-off romance with Chelsy Davy.
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