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Prince Harry Attends First Royal Engagement Since Split From Cressida Bonas

Celebrity News May. 7, 2014 AT 8:40PM
Prince Harry attends royal engagement after splitting with girlfriend Prince Harry returned to England after partying in Miami and Memphis, Tenn., to attend his first royal engagement since splitting from Cressida Bonas Credit: Zak Hussein/INFphoto.com

Royal duties call! Prince Harry returned to England to attend his first royal engagement since splitting from girlfriend of nearly two years Cressida Bonas on Wednesday, May 7.

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The royal, who recently partied in Miami and twerked at a friends wedding in Memphis, Tenn., hosted his charity Sentebale's 10th anniversary event at The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London. Harry, a founding patron of Sentebale, which benefits helping vulnerable children of Lesotho, looked dapper following the event's dress code which was "smart casual."

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The Prince donned a navy blazer and unbuttoned white shirt while he spoke with supporters of the charity, including cousins Peter Philips and his wife Autumn.

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Harry gave a short speech and handed out awards to honor key individuals and organizations who have supported his charity over the past decade. "We have achieved a great deal over the past ten years. But we need the support from you tonight and in the future to ensure we reach our ambitious goals of helping many more vulnerable children,” Harry told guests.

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The event marks the first royal engagement for the recently single 29-year-old. Sources confirmed to Us Weekly Harry split from girlfriend of nearly 2 years Cressida Bonas on April 29.

Cressida appeared to not be phased by the split, looking gorgeous in a black dress, blazer, and combat boots, as she stepped out earlier in the week on Monday, May 5, to grab a juice.

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A Bonas family source revealed to Us Weekly the split was "amicable".

 

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