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Wedding bells for the famous Prince Harry!

For seven years, Chelsy Davy was Prince Harry’s girlfriend, but she did not see a royal future ahead of her. The former is the most popular Duke of Sussex has since built a completely different life and has now also tied the knot!

Baby and wedding news

It’s a joyous month ahead Chelsy, who works as a successful entrepreneur and jewelry designer. In January, she welcomed her first child, Leo’s son. And now Zimbabwe’s beauty would give Sam Cutmore-Scott yes too, reports. Mail Online. Although the couple did not confirm the wedding and press, photos of a wedding ring are said to be circulating among the couple’s friends.

Chelsy Davy

Chelsy was with Prince Harry between 2004 and 2010, making her closely followed by the tabloids for years. “I couldn’t handle it. I was young, I was trying to be a normal child and it was terrible,” Chelsy later proclaimed about the life of royal spotlights.

Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy in 2008. Image: BrunoPress

Chelsy did not see herself becoming a royal bride, and the two broke off their relationship in 2010. However, Chelsy, Prince Harry and her cousin Princess Eugenie remained good friends. The happy blonde was a guest at the royal wedding Harry and Meghan Markle as Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

Chelsy (center) at Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding. Image: BrunoPress

Chelsy now knows how to avoid these spotlights skillfully. She managed to keep her pregnancy a secret, and as we now note, the ‘ex’ was not shouting out of the three that she was married to her great lover, Sam. It focuses primarily on its two companies: Aya Jewels, African-inspired luxury jewelry, and Aya Africa, a travel agency for luxury travel in, you guessed itAfrica.

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No. royal role, but glamor and privacy. Well done, Chell!

Source: Hello! Magazine, Tatler, Beau Monde Archive | Image: BrunoPress

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