How Kate Middleton and Prince William convinced Chelsy Davy that Harry had not been "The One & # 039; t"

Prince William and Kate Middleton inadvertently played an important role in helping Chelsy Davy realize that she and Prince Harry were not meant to be

How Kate Middleton and Prince William convinced Chelsy Davy that Harry was not the One & # 39;

  • Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy were dating for years before Meghan Markle
  • The couple finally left him in 2011, but they remained friends for years after
  • Chelsy was invited to the great wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan on May 19, 2018

Caitlyn Hitt

Before Prince Harry finally settled with Meghan Markle, he was in a serious relationship with Chelsea Davy.

The couple was dating and dating for years before realizing that it was the best they were separating. According to The Mirror, Kate Middleton and Prince William played an important role in helping them reach that conclusion, although the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge may not know.

In a new book, "Harry: Conversations with the Prince," Angela Levin recalled that Chelsea was invited to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Prince William and Kate Middleton inadvertently played an important role in helping Chelsy Davy realize that she and Prince Harry were not meant to be

Prince William and Kate Middleton inadvertently played an important role in helping Chelsy Davy realize that she and Prince Harry were not meant to be

Before meeting and marrying Meghan Markle, Prince Harry was in a serious relationship with a woman named Chelsy Davy.

Before meeting and marrying Meghan Markle, Prince Harry was in a serious relationship with a woman named Chelsy Davy.

Before meeting and marrying Meghan Markle, Prince Harry was in a serious relationship with a woman named Chelsy Davy.

Levin wrote: "A friend revealed that seeing the enormity and the pomp of the day convinced Chelsy that she and Harry had done well to separate.

"Although they had a lot in common, she clearly saw that, because they came from such different worlds, it could never have worked, especially because she valued her privacy and protected it so carefully."

The author claimed that Harry read his best man's speech aloud to Chelsy by telephone.

His book says: "Harry read it on the phone for the first time to Chelsy in South Africa, who despite being no longer his stable girlfriend, has also been invited to the wedding.

"She suggested that I eliminate some of the most rabid anecdotes, including a reference to Kate's" killer legs, "since she did not think the Queen would be kind to ladino humor."

Chelsy and Prince Harry definitely broke in 2011. However, they remained friendly. Chelsy was invited to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan in May.

Chelsy Davy married

Chelsy Davy is not married. She, however, is dating the television producer James Marshall. The 44-year-old television executive is friends with Meghan.

There have been some speculations that the former Costumes actress put former Prince Harry with James.

A source said: "It is not clear if Meghan introduced Chelsy to James, but this keeps everyone happy."

Chelsy Davy in royal wedding

Chelsy Davy was invited to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May. She attended, which surprised the audience.

Chelsy and Prince Harry, who began dating in 2003 or 2004, remained friends after their separation.

After the fans noticed Chelsy among the wedding guests, they watched her closely throughout the ceremony. The 32-year-old man was seen making a less than enthusiastic expression at one point during the wedding and quickly became the punchline of many jokes.

Some suggested that his face shouted, "It should have been me," while others found Chelsy's expression too relatable.

Others joked: & # 39; When your ex is getting married and you're at the wedding & # 39;

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