Sep 02, 2013 10:30 PM EDT

Cressida Bonas Confirms Relationship Status With Prince Harry Through A Tatler Cover; 'They Are Waiting For Me To Propose Any Day' [VIDEO & REPORT]


Cressida Bonas has finally confirmed her relationship status with Prince Harry in her very own cover of Tatler magazine, Huffington Post reported Monday.

A stunning headshoot photo of Cressida is Tatler magazine cover for October 2013, and since this may not be enough to confirm their couple status, a headline displayed boldly at the bottom of the cover confirms it. The headline reads: "Harry Loves Cressy."

According to earlier reports dating rumors began to surface when Prince Harry brought Cressida to the premiere of "Batman: The Dark Knight Rises" in July 2012 as his date.

February that same year, photos of the rumored couple cozying up in Switzerland led to speculations that they are ready to take their relationship to the next level.

The Daily Beast reported that several friends of the young royals said that Cressida is "definitely the most serious relationship Harry has been in since Chelsy."

It can be noted that Harry didn't deny his desire to be married in earlier interviews after his break-up with Chelsy Davy following the wedding of William and Kate.

Reports stated that Chelsy, despite being a good match to the Prince, left him because she didn't like the publicity she has been receiving.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry met Cressida Bonas through his cousin Eugeneie and the two of them started to officially date in 2012.

"They are all waiting for me to propose any day," Harry told the Daily Star.

Cressida is from a free-spirited aristocratic family. She is the daughter of Lady Mary-Gaye Curzon, who was famous for being the '60s society beauty.

Despite the rumors that the two are soon to be engaged, The Daily Beast stated that Cressida, who has just graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in Greenwich, might not be ready to give up her career dreams over marriage as of late.

(Paragraph 9 has been edited due to source misattribution.)

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