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Pippa Middleton and Prince Harry Meet for Tea Date



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Are those royal wedding bells about to ring again soon? Well, we doubt it, but Pippa Middleton, who you will all know is the younger sister of Kate, now Duchess of Cambridge has been spotted out on a date for tea with Prince Harry, William’s younger brother. Pippa and Harry: now that really would be a fairytale romance, wouldn’t it?

However, before you get too excited about the prospect of another royal wedding quite soon, the pair were only drinking tea and eating English muffins with jelly (jam as the Brits call it). The afternoon tea date took place at a London public house last Thursday afternoon.

“They were alone, with no-one else near to them,” said a witness in the bar. “Everyone left them alone as this is the sort of place you can come to and escape from the rest of the world while you are inside.”

In the last few weeks it had been thought that Pippa would announce her engagement to her boyfriend Alex Loudon soon. However, she recently went to Spain on vacation with her ex-boyfriend George Percy, with whom she is rumored to starting up a business venture. Prince Harry has a long-term on-again/off-again girlfriend Chelsea Davy. He took Chelsea to the royal wedding, but he is reportedly single for the moment.

So, is there another romance brewing between Pippa Middleton and Prince Harry? Should we be excited about this tea date between the royal siblings-in-law?

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