Jenna Coleman, Prince Harry

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It looks like Prince Harry has his eye on someone...

The young royal was pictured looking rather cozy with Doctor Who star Jenna Coleman at a Polo party recently, with the 30-year-old spotted even resting a hand on the actress' knee.

The duo seemed to be having fun together during the post-game party after the glamorous Audi Polo Match on May 31, with an insider telling The Sun, "From their body language it looked like they were really enjoying each other's company."

Another source told the British tabloid, "Harry sneaked outside with Jenna. He took her by the hand and led her away from the crowd in the sponsor's tent. They sat alone and talked as things were winding up inside the party. It was a very flirty, very tactile encounter. She was leaning in to him and he had his hand on her knee."

But don't go screaming new couple alert just yet, because Coleman is already in a relationship with former Game of Thrones star Richard Madden.

Although Harry may not be celebrating a blossoming romance right now, he definitely has something special to be proud of.

His grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, has given him a major honor by dubbing him a knight! The 30-year-old royal received his new title, Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, in a private ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

His knighthood reflects his status as a working member of the royal family, given he has served in the military for more than 10 years. He is set to leave the army later this month. Harry certainly had a busy career, having seen action in Afghanistan twice and launching the Invictus Games, which is a sporting competition for people injured during their time in the armed forces.

After leaving the army, Prince William's younger brother will volunteer with a conservation project in Africa and with disabled veterans in the United Kingdom. A source previously told E! News that the military will always play a very important role in his life, and he will continue to support those who have served or are serving in the Armed Forces.

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