We may not know what really caused the split between Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy.
During a court hearing on News of the World's phone hacking case, it was revealed that Davy was sending the hunky royal "dozens of calls and texts" while he was training at Sandhurst.
The jury was told Wednesday that Clive Goodman, the royal editor of the now-closed publication, reportedly sent an email to another editor in August 2005 explaining that the blonde was bombarding Prince Harry's cellphone.
In the email, Goodman said, "He's not allowed to use his mobile at Sandhurst until he's off duty…he should be concentrating on his training."
The correspondence added that the royal ginger was only allowed to take calls and answer texts after 10 p.m., when his training duties were completed.
The court also heard claims that the defunct newspaper used phone hacking to obtain to obtain private information on royals for stories they were working on.
The jury was also presented with evidence showing that phone hacking lead to a story claiming that Prince Harry broke the rules at Sandhurst when he asked an aide for help on a writing assignment.
Jurors heard a testimony detailing how an illegally obtained voicemail provided evidence for the Prince Harry essay scandal.
The voicemail was reportedly retrieved by a private investigator that was hired by Goodman.
Apparently, a message was left by Harry for his private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, asking for help on an essay he had to write.
Interesting. We wonder what Davy thinks of this bit of info going public!