The “cycle” that accompanies any sort of new high-profile royal-romance rumor was this weekend.
Chelsy Davy, who was courting Prince Harry for nearly seven years, described the experience as "scary." It had nothing to do with Harry, per se. What Chelsy didn't care for was all the scrutiny that came with wooing someone in the (very) public eye. Chelsy, who started dating Harry in 2004, after they met in Africa, explained, "I was trying to be a normal kid and it was horrible."Duchess Kate, formerly of "Waity Katie" fame can relate to the hardships of being on-again, off-again with a prince, but thankfully for those of us who can't get enough of George's cheeks, her relationship ended up working out in the end.PHOTOS: Prince Harry's hottest moments “Harry still holds a candle for her. Harry’s very sensitive to that.” “He has never fallen out of love with Chelsy,” the insider added.“She’s not like other girls; she’s strong, independent, and a rule-breaker.It is believed she will make an appearance at the reception later today.Prince Harry is preparing to fly to Sydney to celebrate Invictus Games and his staff have been busy securing million waterfront mansion in the city's east for the royal to call home during his stay.