Harry and Meghan are due to tie the knot in a lavish royal wedding on 19 May.They are inviting 2,640 members of the public but three of the lucky VIPs who will be on the inside of St George’s Chapel as American Meghan glides down the aisle are ghosts from Harry’s dating past.Perhaps, after all those years of being in the public eye, they’ve nailed that Royal Wedding etiquette.Chelsey Davy and Cressida Bonas, two of Prince Harry's most serious ex-girlfriends, have already been spotted at the royal wedding today.According to the report, the couple has enjoyed a romantic vacation together in Bodrum, Turkey, and Davy has also visited the home of Goode's mother.Ironically, Goode also designed Cressida's half-sister's diamond engagement ring in addition to her wedding band when she wed Sir Richard Branson's son, Sam Branson, last year (small world! Davy and Harry split in in 2010, and Chelsy later formed a friendship with Cressida.While Prince Harry may be flying solo, it looks like his former ex Chelsy Davy may have found her match.
In a recent interview with In any case, neither Davy nor Bonas seemed put off in any way by the proceedings of Saturday’s Royal Wedding.
Flack is said to have given the prince the nickname "Jam" ("because he's got jam-coloured hair and he's really sweet," she reportedly told friends).
But the pressure of the constant attention was too much for the TV host, she wrote in her autobiography The Norwegian rock star reportedly told friends that not only did she spend the night at Clarence House in 2010, Prince Harry served her breakfast in bed in the morning.
What very well may be a worst nightmare for some was a reality for two of Prince Harry’s most notable ex-girlfriends — Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas — both of whom made an appearance at his wedding to Meghan Markle.
Davy wore an all-navy outfit paired with a small cape and Bonas chose a multicolored, textured dress from British designer Eponine London.