Chelsy and Prince Harry had a seven-year romance that ended in 2011. While Harry continues to marry the Hollywood actress, Chelsy is now attached to a hotelier – her brother. Hollywood star Jack Cutmore-Scott.
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Chelsy Davy, Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend, is married to hotelier Sam Cutmore-Scott – who happens to be the brother of a Hollywood star.
It looks like 36-year-old Chelsy and 37-year-old Prince have seen their lives mirror each other in the 11 years since their split – when Harry also married a Hollywood star in the form of Meghan Markle.
And while Chelsy is not yet married to an actor, she will be joining Tenet and Dunkirk star Jack Cutmore-Scott at future family gatherings as she bonds with her brother Sam.
Reports have surfaced to say that Chelsy and Sam exchanged vows during a pivotal wedding – with the couple also recently welcoming a child together.
Although the exact date of the wedding is not clear, A source told the Daily Mail: “They got married. Very few people know about the wedding.”
News of the wedding comes two months after Chelsy welcomed a baby boy named Leo – after “virtually no one” knew she was pregnant.
The father’s identity was later revealed to be Sam a week after Leo’s arrival, with Chelsy and the chief executive officer of the Harper Hotel in Holt, Norfolk, now officially husband and wife.
Chelsy and Prince Harry dated from 2004 to 2011 and the Zimbabwean blonde was a guest at the Prince’s wedding to Meghan Markle in 2018.
Jewelery brand owner Chelsy continues to keep her personal life private – something she couldn’t do while dating Prince.
Back in 2011, when the couple split, she attributed the constant attention to dating Harry Brough as a factor in ending the relationship.
She said afterwards: “I found it very difficult.
“I couldn’t cope. I’m young, I’m trying to be a normal kid and it’s horrible.”
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Her words were echoed by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, who has chosen to give up royal life with Harry in 2020 for a more private life in front of the public eye.
The couple moved to Canada, and then Los Angeles, after becoming the focus of media attention in the UK due to their romance.
In a poignant interview with Oprah Winfrey last March, Meghan explained that the scrutiny of her personal life and the difficulty of adjusting to the Royals’ ways had taken a huge toll on her health. her spirit.
While Prince Harry explained he wanted to get his wife and their son, Archie, out of the UK out of fear of ‘history repeating’ – a reference to his late mother, Lady Diana, who died in a car crash in 1997 while being hunted down. by paparazzi in Paris.
However, critics of the couple have questioned the private life they contemplated after moving to California, where they have signed multiple multi-million dollar deals with brands including Netflix, Apple and Spotify, where they openly discussed aspects of their personal lives across platforms with millions of subscribers.