Prince Harry ‘100 per cent single’

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  • The young royal has laughed off reports of a romance with Pippa Middleton

    No sooner had Pippa Middleton waltzed down the aisle on the arm of Prince Harry at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal nuptials, than the romance rumours began. The pair giggled and flirted as they left Westminster Abbey, and weeks later it was suggested Pippa had split from beau Alex Laudon.

    But over the weekend Harry laughed off rumours of a relationship with the royal bride’s sister, confirming he is ‘100 per cent single’.


    Harry’s revelation also laid rumours of a reconciliation with on-again, off-again girlfriend Chelsy Davy to rest, after the South African blonde flew over for William and Kate’s wedding.

    Pippa? Ha! No, I am not seeing anyone at the moment,’ Harry reportedly told the Mail on Sunday, after being quizzed about his relationship with Pippa. ‘I’m 100 per cent single.’

    Revealing he’s too busy to devote time to his love life at the moment, Harry joked dating was the last thing on his list of priorities.

    ‘I’m working a lot at the moment, so dating and watching TV are the last things I have time for,’ he said.

    ‘I am hoping to get a holiday in August. I haven’t been to South Africa in a long time, so maybe I’ll go there.’

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    The young royal was spied enjoying some downtime at the Killers’ Hard Rock Calling concert in Hyde Park over the weekend.

    Alongside cousins Beatrice and Eugenie, who spent time quizzing the Glee gang on the show’s upcoming episodes, he happily chatting to guests in the Live Nation VIP area.

    Afterwards the royal crowd headed to the VIP Hard Rock Cafe for a late night snack.

    Harry spent much of the meal deep in conversation with a group of girls, including an American blonde,’ one onlooker revealed.



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