After hearing that Prince Harry will represent Queen Elizabeth at a service to be held for Nelson Mandela, it's clear that he's come a long way from late night naked parties in Vegas.
(Sorry. I couldn't resist going there.)
The memorial will be held on March 3 at Westminster Abbey and will be broadcast on BBC.
And if I didn't know any better, I'd say that having his grandmother trust him with the responsibility of representing the royal fam must mean he's taking his life in a more serious direction.
You know where I'm going with this, right?
Exactly. There are reports going around that Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas will marry sometime in the near future, which actually seems a whole lot more believable with his latest little honor from the Queen.
Let's look at the facts here. Harry is 29, so it's about time for him to settle down and start a family of his own like his big bro Prince William. And the Queen supposedly approves of Cressida, so he probably won't have to jump over that hurdle when he decides to pop the question.
Oh, and if the rumors are true about Cressida shacking up at Kensington Palace, then we can probably assume an engagement and wedding are imminent.
I hate to use this word (because it's the stupidest term ever), but ... squeeee! It looks like things are shaping up and heading in the right direction as far as us having the pleasure of viewing another royal wedding sooner rather than later goes.
I, for one, cannot wait to attend. How about you?
Do you think Prince Harry is ready for marriage?
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