Prince Harry’s Easy Friendship With Chelsy Davy, Mocked In Royal Parody ‘The Windsors’

Prince Harry is on good terms with his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy, according to People magazine. It’s been six years since the pair dated and famously split, and Davy has kept herself busy in that time by completing her legal training at Leeds University, working in a London law firm, and now giving it up to pursue her dream of launching her own jewelry line based on gemstones from her home country of Zimbabwe.

Davy spoke about her friendship with Prince Harry and seemed confident and content with their now-easy relationship.

“I think we will always be good friends.”

Prince Harry, the youngest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, visited North America along with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, according to USA Today.

In what might have been one of the most attractive meetings of world leaders in a long time, the two famous men met up early last month. Prince Harry went to North America to promote the 2017 Invictus Games for wounded warriors just before heading off to Florida for the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando when started on May 8.

Prince Harry and Justin Trudeau were spotted sharing laughs as they sat beside each other in a sledge hockey match, which is ice hockey for players with a disability, at the Mattamy Athletic Center on May 2 in Toronto. Prince Harry founded the Invictus Games, having served in the British Army himself. The games will be held be held in Toronto in September next year.

Prince Harry later appeared in Wellington for a charity polo match, according to WPTV.

The match was held at Valiente Polo Farm, which lies to the southern side of Wellington. Proceeds from the event went to Prince Harry’s charity, Sentebale, which raises money for HIV positive children in Africa.

According to Parent Herald, Prince Harry and the rest of the royal family will be on the receiving end of the parody show The Windsors.

The show will also bring in members of the royal family like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth, and Prince Charles. The show is also reported to portray Prince Harry’s rumored object of affection Pippa Middleton as a gold-digging socialite. The idea of the show The Windsors is to portray the royal family in a very satirical manner. None of the royal family seems to be safe from the show and its humor. The show is set to coincide with the Queen celebrating her 90th birthday.

The writers of the show, Bert Tyler-Moore and George Jeffrie, promise to paint the royal family in a silly humorous parody. Pippa Middleton will be played by House of Fools actress Morgana Robinson, the storyline between her and Harry will continually throw Pippa into the path of the prince. Besides being desperate to hook up with the prince, Prince Harry’s satirical love interest will be portrayed as a gold digger on the show.

Pippa Middleton’s parody has been described by Morgana Robinson as someone who is constantly desperate for money, and she also explains that the show is a natural development of sorts given the national interest and borderline obsession on the royal family. Morgana Robinson loved her exaggerated version of Pippa Middleton. Among many of the things to look out for on the show is how Morgana Robinson gets to showcase Prince Harry’s beau’s bottom after the public took to praising the real life Pippa Middleton for having a shapely bottom.

One of the things that Morgana Robinson hopes for the show is for people will not get offended by anything that happens on the program. With the portrayal of Pippa Middleton as a gold digger who has her sights set on Prince Harry being offensive to some, Morgana can only hope that people roll with the jokes and have a good time watching the show in the way that it is intended to be seen, as a parody show and nothing more. The caricatures of Prince Harry, Prince Charles, Pippa Middleton, Queen Elizabeth, and the rest of the royal parodies can be seen on The Windsors, which airs on Channel 4 in the U.K. every Friday.

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