Prince Harry, Cressida Bonas

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Prince William and Kate Middleton briefly broke up back in 2007, but as we all know now the royal couple reconciled shortly after their split.

And Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas might just be pulling a royal repeat, reports Grazia, which says the exes are in "constant touch" with each other and even arranged "a secret meet-up" after calling it quits.

One insider tells the mag that Cressy, 25, visited Harry, 29, at his Kensington Palace apartment to talk about their relationship status. "It's all very amicable and no one is ruling out that they will get back together," claims the source, "but Cressida hasn't made her mind up, and the ball is really in her court."

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It was, after all, reportedly Cressida's decision to break things off, with some reports claiming the blond beauty wanted "to focus on her career" rather than remain in the royal spotlight. But it seems that she may not really wants to sever those ties to the castle.

Just last week, the blond beauty was enjoying a night out Annabel's private members club in London with Harry's cousins, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. Cressida was notably dolled up for the occasion, wearing her long hair in loose curls, natural makeup to highlight her newly sun-kissed skin and a cobalt blue gown that highlighted her curves in all the right places.

Sounds familiar, doesn't it? You're probably thinking of when the then-25-year-old Kate hit the town looking oh so sexy, seemingly giving William reason to be jealous and want her back! We all know that had a happy ending! So don't toss out your scrunchies yet—perhaps Cressy and Harry will get their own happily ever, too!

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