Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Lonely Prince Harry fears his 'job' as a Royal is standing in the way of finding his fairytale princess (but he's certainly 'interviewed' quite a few

-Prince hints he is struggling to find someone to fulfill the role as his princess
-The trainee pilot admits he sometimes wishes he was 'normal'
-Says he will take his grandmother 'out on the town' to celebrate Jubilee

By Emily Allen

He is considered to be the world’s most eligible bachelor who, it seems, is hardly short of women falling at his feet.

But yesterday Prince Harry hinted that he is struggling to find someone willing to fulfil the role as his Princess.

And he suggested he is worried his ‘job’ as part of the Royal Family could be standing in the way of his romance.


Lonely: Prince Harry hinted in an interview with an American news channel that he is struggling to find someone willing to fulfil the role as his Princess

The trainee Apache pilot was speaking in a US TV interview with CBS News at the end of his 10-day tour of Latin America to launch the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

When asked whether being a royal lived up to the fairytale image, he laughed: 'No, not at all, [laughs] – as any girl would ever tell you.

'It's sort of, "Oh my god, he’s a prince". But no. The job that it entails – I mean look at me, I’m 27 years old, and not so much searching for someone to fulfil the role, but obviously, you know, finding someone that would be willing to take it on.'

On the royal tour there was no shortage of beautiful women showing their affection towards the prince – including a Victoria’s Secret model in Brazil kissing his cheek and Miss Bahamas 2011 declaring she wanted to marry him.

Former flame: Prince Harry kisses his former girlfriend Chelsy during a concert in memory of his mother in July 2007. The couple split two years later

Split: Prince Harry with Chelsy Davy after receiving his Flying Wings from his father, the Prince of Wales. The trainee pilot has admitted being a royal is not a fairytale

The Prince's most serious relationship ended in 2009 when he separated from his girlfriend of five years Chelsy Davy, 26.

She had made it clear to him that she did not want to pursue a life of official duties.

Later that year he was rumoured to be dating TV presenter Caroline Flack.

In 2011 he had a brief fling with lingerie model Florence Brudenell-Bruce, whom he broke up with in August last year.

The Prince ended his short romance with 'Flee' after just two months and sources revealed that the prince just didn't want to be 'tied down'.

Miss Brudenell-Bruce, who used to go out with Formula 1's Jenson Button, is said to have been visited by Harry at her father's £2.5million home in Notting Hill, West London.

Prince Harry gave the thumbs up as Brazilian model Fernanda Motta approached him after playing polo for the Sentebale team in Brazil

Prince Harry talks with Miss Bahamas 2011 Anastagia Pierre in the Bahamas during his visit earlier this month

Meanwhile, at his brother's wedding to Kate Middleton in April, rumours circulated that Harry was more interested in flirting with maid of honour Pippa than watching Prince William take his vows.

And Harry's love life hit the headlines again in October when he reportedly enjoyed a night of fun in a hotel with tattooed cocktail waitress Jessica Donaldson in San Diego, California.

He has also been linked to TV presenter Natalie Pinkham over the years.

The royal bachelor has admitted he sometimes wishes he were 'normal' - and suggested his royal duties can be off-putting to women.

Linked: Trainee pilot Harry was rumoured to have been seeing TV presenter Caroline Flack in 2009 and later had a brief relationship with lingerie model Florence Brudenell-Bruce who he broke up with in August last year

At his brother's wedding to Kate Middleton in April rumours circulated that Harry was more interested in flirting with maid of honour Pippa than watching Prince William take his vows

But during his interview he also spoke of the responsibility that comes with his royal status.

He admitted his title can make a 'huge difference' to a country or charity, but added: 'There's a lot of times that both myself and my brother wish, obviously, that we were just completely normal.

'We've been born into this position and therefore we'll do what we need to do to people and to kids that need it.

'It really is that simple for us.'

Asked how he might privately mark his grandmother's milestone this year, he said: 'When I get back, I'm sure ideas will start flowing.

Single: Prince Harry showed his happy-go-lucky personality on his Jubilee trip around the Caribbean posing with Usain Bolt in Jamaica and is looking for a lady

'Us, as a group of grandchildren, will hopefully be able to have a dinner and do something fun with her, maybe take her out on the town, I don't know.'

Earlier this week, Harry announced ambitious plans to expand the work of his Sentebale charity from helping disadvantaged children in a single African country to carrying out projects worldwide.

The royal said once his organisation was ready for the challenge he wanted to take its concept to other nations.

The charity works supporting established groups, charities and bodies in the southern African country of Lesotho with funds or managerial help.

Prince Harry stands behind the Queen at St George's Chapel in Windsor in 2008. The 27-year-old says he will take his grandmother 'out on the town' to celebrate the Jubilee



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