Prince Harry 's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas is opening up about finding the confidence to go after her ambitions as an actress and how she feared being branded an "it" girl following her royal breakup. Bonas, who dated Harry from to after being introduced by his cousin Princess Eugenie, said that self-doubt held her back in the past. The year-old actress, who is promoting her new show, White House Farm, said that she was worried she would always be dubbed an "it" girl due to her time in the royal spotlight. I think that I work very, very hard, I love what I do, and I just hope that this role has shown people what I can do and what I would like to do going forward and not be caught in a box in any way," she said. She was even a guest at his wedding to Meghan Markle, along with his other ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy.
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It sounds like Prince Harry and new girlfriend Camilla Thurlow are really heating up! The year-old royal, who broke up with ex Cressida Bonas back in April, is currently on a romantic getaway with Thurlow in St. Tropez in the South of France. The cuties have been staying at a friend's luxury villa and have barely left the premises while on vacation, a source tells E!
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The series has a premise similar to Joe Millionaire ,  and follows twelve American women who are led to believe that they are competing for the affections of Prince Harry. However, in reality the bachelor is Matthew Hicks, a Prince Harry look-alike. On June 12, , it was announced the show was pulled from the air in the US and cancelled after airing only four episodes. At first, the contestants are not explicitly told that the bachelor is Prince Harry; they are merely led to make that inference on their own by Hicks' close resemblance, the royal setting of Englefield House ,  the lavish dates, and being surrounded by real professional servants and a security detail that really does have experience protecting heads of state. Contestant Andrea Fox, in an interview on the Kidd Kraddick in the Morning radio show, said that prior to filming the contestants were told they were going to be on a TV show called "Dream Date" and that it was more about "the experience for the girls" instead of "finding love", and that people with the show kept saying "Don't compare it to The Bachelor ".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took part in a live video chat with the year-old Pakistani activist in a conversation that saw the trio "discuss the barriers preventing million girls from going to school and why it's essential that we champion every girl's right to learn. It just opens the door for societal success at the highest level," Meghan said at the start of the virtual chat, going on to emphasize how much the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the lack of access to education. In addition to focusing on their advocacy, Meghan and Harry have also been able to spend more time as a family throughout the past few months. Malala began speaking out about women's right to an education as a young girl — and was the victim of a gunman's assassination attempt in retaliation for her activism when she was just