According to reports, Prince Harry’s longest relationship was one of “screaming matches.”
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, is Prince Harry’s current wife. The couple first met in 2016 and married in 2018.
This is not, however, Harry’s longest-lasting relationship. He had a romance that lasted much longer when he was a young adult. Unfortunately, according to a royal specialist, this affair was “volatile” and full of “screaming matches.”
Chelsy Davy was Prince Harry’s six-year girlfriend.
Harry started dating Chelsy Davy, the daughter of a Zimbabwean millionaire, in 2004. Davy was a student in England when the pair met as youngsters.
For several years, Harry and Davy had an on-again, off-again relationship. Because they went to different schools and because of Harry’s military service, they spent a lot of time apart.
Despite the fact that some observers believed they could settle down together, they called it quits in 2010. In 2011, Davy accompanied Harry to Prince William’s wedding, but the two never reconciled after that.
The relationship between Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy was said to be ‘volatile.’
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Outsiders thought Harry and Davy were a nice fit, but a royal specialist felt they were “volatile” together.
According to Express, royal author Richard Kay remarked, “It’s a real love match.” “There is passion, there is tension, there is energy, and there are sparks flying everywhere.”
“You can tell that they had a very volatile relationship, horrible yelling bouts, screaming rows, but they get back together again,” Kay continued, “and I would say that out of all of the royal romances going on, theirs was the actual true thing.” It’s the genuine deal, and I predict that unless something drastic occurs, they’ll marry – but it’ll be a tumultuous union.”
Chelsy Davy stated she couldn’t tolerate the attention from the media.