GIRL ABOUT TOWN: Prince Harry's ex Cressida Bonas joins another one of the royal's former lovers Ellie Goulding for a night of carols in London
Actress Cressida Bonas brought a magnetic ingredient to the annual Fayre of St James’s carol service in London on Tuesday, reading a politically incorrect poem about Christmas from the pulpit just before another of Prince Harry’s former flames, Ellie Goulding, sang.
Both could not have looked merrier as the rest of the world buzzed with news of the Royal engagement to another performer. They can still live normal lives.?
The festive evening, put on by the Quintessentially Foundation and the Crown Estate, raised ￡300,000 for food charity The Felix Project.
But the star turn was Stephen Fry, a famed atheist, who gave a mesmerising reading from Dickens’s A Christmas Carol.No bah humbug there.
Actress Cressida Bonas brought a magnetic ingredient to the annual Fayre of St James’s carol service in London on Tuesday, reading a politically incorrect poem about Christmas from the pulpit just before another of Prince Harry’s former flames, Ellie Goulding, sang
Prince Harry announced his engagement to Meghan Markle on Monday, November 27?
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