We couldn’t get enough of the Kate and Wills love saga and now it looks like we could be set for another Royal romance – this time between Cheryl Cole and Prince Harry.
Chezza was appearing on The Graham Norton Show, when she was quizzed about how she felt following revelations that Prince Harry “fancies” her.
And the stunning singer – who rubbed shoulders with the Royals at Monday night’s Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace – admitted that she would certainly “consider” Prince Harry if he was to ask her out.
Cheryl, who also admitted to having a dream in which she married the Royal and became a Princess, then made a signal with her hand, gesturing for the 27-year-old Prince to call her.
Newly single singer Katy Perry also seemed rather keen on Harry, telling the chat show host that he is a “hot ginger”.
We’ll certainly be keeping tuned to see if any Royal romance develops!
Cheryl isn’t the only pop stunner to be linked to Prince Harry. Last month The Saturdays' singer Mollie King was rumoured to be dating the single Prince.
The pair are known to be friends and have been spotted partying in London hotspots together.
However the blonde beauty told stv.tv that there was absolutely no truth in the rumours.
“No it’s all just gone a bit out of control,” Mollie said of the Prince Harry stories, adding: “Apparently there’s a new rumour every day and it’s hard to keep up with. My parents are like ‘oh another boy’, and I’m like ‘I don’t even know half of them’, it’s ridiculous!”
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