Four Things You Need to Know About Prince Harry's New Lady, Cressida Bonas

Cressida Bonas
Photo: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

It's official ladies, Prince Harry is off the market! His girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, landed the cover of Britain's Tatler magazine for the October 2013 issue with the headline reading 'Harry Loves Cressy' (sigh), making their relationship status official. This is a first cover for Bonas and she is in good company as Kate and Pippa Middleton also had their own Tatler covers as well! Rumors of the couple's courtship started back in 2012 when Prince Harry took Bonas to the movie premiere of Batman: The Dark Knight Rises followed by hitting the slopes together in Switzerland and taking in music performances at the Glastonbury festival. We can assume that we'll be seeing more of the 24-year old, all with the upcoming baptism of little Prince George, so we rounded up 4 facts that you should know about Bonas. Scroll down to see all the info now!

HER MOTHER WAS AN IT-GIRLCressida's mother, Lady Mary-Gaye Curzon, is the daughter of the late Earl Howe and an heir to the Curzon banking family and was also known as an It-girl back in the 1960s.

HER HALF-SISTER IS MARRIED TO RICHARD BRANSON'S SONHer half-sister, Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, is married to Richard Branson's son, Sam Branson, and she has appeared on the silver screen including films How to Lose Friends and Alienate People and Stage Beauty.

SHE STUDIED DANCE AT LEEDSCressida studied dance at Leeds University (the same school Prince Harry's ex Chelsy Davy attended), and recently graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in Greenwich where she studied contemporary dance.

PRINCE HARRY MET HER THROUGH HIS COUSIN, PRINCESS EUGENIEThe two met through mutual friends, or in this case, Prince Harry's cousin Princess Eugenie of York, who happens to be close friends with Cressida.

Plus, see photos from Prince Harry's U.S. Tour!

MORE:• See Kate Middleton’s Outfits!What Pippa Really WearsSouvenirs for HRH Prince George!

Related Articles