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Cressida Bonas Parties With Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice After Prince Harry Split: Picture

Cressida Bonas and Priness Beatrice
Cressida Bonas hit the London club scene with her ex-boyfriend Prince Harry's cousins Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.

Single socialite, coming your way! Cressida Bonas was certainly looking better after breakup on Friday, May 16, when she partied with her ex-boyfriend Prince Harry's cousins Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York until the early morning hours. 

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Cressie, 25, stunning in a floor-length, figure-hugging cobalt dress, walked into the exclusive London club Annabel's hand-in-hand with Beatrice, 25. Prince Andrew's oldest daughter dressed modestly in a long-sleeve white sweater tucked into a navy maxi skirt.

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As confirmed by Us Weekly last month, Bonas and Harry broke up recently after two years of dating. "It's very sad that they have decided to split," a Bonas family source told Us. "It's very amicable, but they have decided to go their separate ways."

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Post-breakup, Harry moved on with a girl he met while attending Guy Pelly's May 3 wedding in Memphis, Tenn. "She stayed overnight," an insider told Us. "She's been bragging about it to friends," the source said, noting that to Harry it was "just a hookup." Prior to their breakup, Bonas was expected to accompany Harry to the stateside nuptials.

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Bonas, for her part, appeared to be happy while she was out partying with Eugenie, 24, and Beatrice. (It was the younger Princess of York, in face, who introduced Harry to Bonas.) The girls were joined by some men, including Beatrice's longtime boyfriend David Clark, and Eugenie's man Jack Brooksbank. Click here to see more party pics of the group!

While Bonas was out partying with her princess pals, Harry has embarked on a military-based tour in Estonia and Italy. The young royal, 29, will lay a wreath at a memorial for those who died during Estonia's war of independence on Friday. Followed by the ceremony, he will greet locals.

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