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Cressida Bonas Carries “Why Love Matters” Book Into Christmas Carol Service

Cressida Bonas arrives at a Christmas Carol service in London Dec. 4
Cressida Bonas arrives at a Christmas Carol service in London Dec. 4

Some light holiday reading? While Prince Harry continues his 16-day, 208-mile trek through the South Pole, girlfriend Cressida Bonas was photographed arriving at a Christmas Carol service in London on Wednesday, Dec. 4 carrying a stack of books — one titled Why Love Matters.

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The blonde Brit, 24, kept it casual wearing a short, black coat over an ivory-colored sweater, and a pair of flared jeans. Bonas looked studious as she clutched two books and a large red folder, between her ring-stacked fingers, and pulled back her long locks for the event. So what exactly has Prince Harry's gal pal been reading?

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For reasons unknown, Bonas has babies on her brain! The 24-year-old socialite, who looked down as she walked past cameras, gripped Why Love Matters — with the words, "What's love got to do with it?" prefaced across its back cover. Despite what the book's title might insinuate about romance, the reading manual actually covers how affection shapes a baby's brain.

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The laid-back model also carried in her arm, a book called Perspectives on Play — which is a manual for students training to teach young children. Bonas studied at Leeds University, where is she is an alum of the Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. However, her new book choices may imply that she is looking to swap careers; perhaps, she's looking to become a teacher?

As previously reported by Us Weekly, Harry and Bonas' relationship is getting serious, following their latest hunting trip at the Queen's Sandringham estate on Oct. 26. "He loves her — they're so compatible." an insider told Us. "She's a lovely girl and everyone is hoping they go the distance."

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