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Prince Harry flirts with Pussycat Doll

Has Prince Harry found himself another princess of pop? The 28-year-old was spotted flirting with the Pussycat Dolls’ singer and dancer Ashley Roberts (31) at a party at Bodos Schloss, a new ski chalet-style restaurant and dance club in London over the weekend.

Harry was having a great time drinking with his friends,” a source told US Weekly.

“He had a good ol’ flirt with some cute girls, including Ashley Roberts from the Pussycat Dolls, but it was just banter and he spent most the night with his friends, and [Princess] Beatrice, in the VIP area.”

Harry was seen buying a round of shots, but ended his night by taking a black taxi home, opting out of taking his usual chauffeur-driven Range Rover.

Ashley isn’t the first pop star the Prince has been linked to – last year he reportedly dated Mollie King from the pop group The Saturdays. But friends close to Harry say he still holds a torch for model Cressida Bonas, who he kept in touch with via letter during his time in Afghanistan.


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