Prince Harry
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Although Prince Harry and his girlfriend Cressida Bonas parted ways in 2014, it looks like the two are thinking of rekindling their romance.

A new OK! Magazine report claims that Harry still wants Bonas in his life and things between the two seemingly heated up when the duo visited Kate Middleton and Prince William before they welcomed daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

"Harry watched Cressida lovingly, with a goofy grin on his face," the source said.

Harry's desire to settle down is said to have increased after his brother started a family, and the "playboy prince" spoke about his plans to settle down and have children while in New Zealand.

Harry reportedly said on Monday that he is eager to have children and a partner who would "share the pressure" of royal duties.

"Of course, I would love to have kids right now, but there's a process that one has to go through," he told Britain's Sky News.

"Tours like this are great fun, hopefully I'm doing alright by myself. It would be great to have someone else next to me to share the pressure. But, you know, time will come and whatever happens, happens I guess."

Interestingly, Bonas is the bookies' favourite to be Harry's partner and Ladbrokes are offering 12/1 on the Prince and Bonas walking down the aisle sometime in the future, reported Mirror.

They are also giving odds of 33/1 on the Prince popping the question to first love Chelsy Davy, while Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton's sister Pippa is at 66/1.

Harry and Bonas broke up sometime in April 2014 after dating for almost two years, when speculation of Harry popping the question was gaining momentum. Without divulging the reason why the two called it quits, a friend of the couple said at the time that the split was amicable.

"Unfortunately it is true, they have split up," the pal said, according to Mail Online. "But this suggestion that the prince supposedly 'dumped' Cressida because she was 'too needy' is so wide of the mark,"

"It is a very amicable split and they are still very much the best of friends. They have just decided to go their separate ways."