Prince Harry Bringing Camilla Thurlow To Kensington Palace Birthday Party – Queen Elizabeth Approves Girlfriend?

Prince Harry Bringing Camilla Thurlow To Kensington Palace Birthday Party - Queen Elizabeth Approves Girlfriend?

Prince Harry has a new girlfriend, and she looks eerily like Kate Middleton. But when all’s said and done, Camilla Thurlow seems a lot more suited to royal life than Harry’s recent girlfriends, including movie-star wannabe Cressida Bonas and party girl extraordinaire, Chelsy Davy.

Harry does have his 30th birthday party coming up, which we know will be a big deal for the royals. There are already reports suggesting that Kate Middleton is planning a bash at Kensington Palace for the big event, which means that it might end up becoming a stodgy and staid affair instead of the craziness that usually surrounds Harry. But that also means that it’ll be a palace-approved event, which indicates that every guest at the party will have to be pre-approved by Queen Elizabeth and her minions.

Prince Harry Bringing Camilla Thurlow To Kensington Palace Birthday Party - Queen Elizabeth Approves Girlfriend?

You know what that means, don’t you? BORING. Harry probably won’t be allowed to bring any of his crazy party buddies, and even if he does, they’re not going to be able to fly off the hook and party like they want to. However, it does mean that there’s a high chance of Harry bringing Camilla Thurlow to the party. IF Harry does bring Camilla to Kensington Palace, then expect the engagement and wedding rumors to start in earnest. After all, the palace isn’t a place that you bring a casual date to, especially with the Queen in attendance. Harry bringing Camilla to the palace would show everyone that he’s serious about her, including his own family. And that means that the wedding bells are going to start ringing soon after.

To be fair to Camilla, she hasn’t famewhored her relationship with Harry to the media yet, which in itself puts her significantly above most of Harry’s trysts.

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