A few years ago, Prince Harry and Cheryl made headlines after they were spotted flirting at the Diamond Jubilee Concert's after party in Buckingham Palace.
According to eyewitnesses, Harry reportedly told the singer, "I hear you like a man in uniform" and she reportedly blushed.
Their chemistry was undeniable and many wondered if they would start dating soon. A Digital Spy report claimed that Cheryl wanted a date with Harry after their brief introduction at the party.
On his part, Harry too found her attractive.
A source close to Harry said, "He says he thinks she's one of the most gorgeous women in Britain, but he did joke that he can't understand her sometimes."
However, their relationship never came to be and stand up comedian, Jimmy Carr, who set them up that night, failed in his role as Harry's wingman.
He once famously revealed about their date on Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled, "So I was chatting away with Harry and I said, 'Look, Cheryl Cole is over there, do you want to come over and have a chat because she's single and you're single? And it will also be super-funny and she'll be horribly embarrassed and up-tight about it because I said I would,'" according to Daily Mail.
In the years since that incident, Harry and Cheryl have moved on. The singer now has a one-year-old son named Bear with former One Direction member, Liam Payne. The 33-year-old royal will soon tie the knot with American actress Meghan Markle. Does Cheryl still have feelings for Harry? Well, it seems like she's certainly moved on. The 34-year-old singer told reporters, "I think love in any form is always fantastic," and expressed her happiness for the couple.
Cheryl was, in many ways, the star of the charity show. She announced that she worked closely Prince Charles and opened a centre for young people in conjunction with the Prince's Trust. The singer told reporters, "I had a big meeting and conversation with Charles about four or five years ago now about the opening of the centre - we did a collaboration. It's fantastic that it's finally come to fruition and I always love to meet him."
However, Prince Charles, who has met Cheryl on several occasions poked fun at the singer's changing surnames. He said, "I thought to myself some time ago ‘who’s Cheryl Tweedy?’ I suddenly realised I knew the Cheryl bit but missed out on the Tweedy. But I’m enormously grateful to her for raising £1 million pounds."
"It was very good of her to want my Trust to join her in her Cheryl’s Trust centre in Newcastle last month - she’s a great Geordie and she makes such a difference in that part of the world," the second-in-line to the throne added.
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