For Prince Harry, all roads eventually lead back to Chelsy Davy. That's according to the London Daily Mail, which says for at least the fourth time in eight years, the ginger-topped royal has reignited his romance with the Zimbabwean-born blonde.
"They have been meeting at the homes of friends and at private house parties," tattles an insider. "Chelsy has seen Harry in the past three weeks, although she doesn't really like talking about it. She's been very coy."
Davy was recently linked to Harry's pal, art dealer Blaise Patrick, but that courtship apparently ran its course quickly, as did the prince's connection to blabby British popster Mollie King. In late March, the exes were seen having a cozy tête-à-tête at a birthday bash for Princess Eugenie.
Still, their maybe-rekindled flame may not be flickering all that brightly just yet.
"It seems to be a relationship with no strings attached. The fact is, they are still hugely attracted to each other and never really fell out of love," explains the source. "Both are keen to keep meetings under the radar and insist it's not an official getting back together. It's a lot more casual."
Prince Harry, 27, first hooked up with Davy, 26, an aspiring attorney and offspring of a moneybags safari entrepreneur, after being introduced by mutual friends in 2004. With a shared love of fun and PDA, the pair did the long-distance dating thing for three years before splitting (the first time) in 2009.
Another reunion and split followed before Harry asked Chelsy to be his date to Prince William's pomp-packed wedding to Kate Middleton in April 2011. But it seems the lavish nuptials reinforced Davy's fears of joining the royal family's fishbowl life.
"Harry definitely holds a torch for Chelsy," another snitch adds to the Mail. "The fact that she is not rushing to get back with him makes him want her even more. At the moment, Chelsy says she's focused on her work and doesn't have time for a proper boyfriend."
You gotta hand it to Davy: If true, the girl sure knows how to play it cool. Besides, it's not as though Harry is unaware of the pressure of his spare heir existence.
"It's sort of, 'Oh my god, he's a prince,'" he told CBS News in April. "The job that it entails ... I'm not so much searching for someone to fulfill the role, but obviously, you know, finding someone that would be willing to take it on."
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