This summer's work will further enhance Prince Harry's personal first-hand experience of initiatives that support some of Africa's most pressing conservation challenges.” His sojourns in Africa have led to rumors that he "secretly" harbors hope of rekindling the relationship with his former South African girlfriend, Chelsy Davy, whom he dated for several years.She's still a good friend of his cousin Princess Eugenie, with whom Harry's quite close.As a result, his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, has increased the number of high-profile roles she wants him to play on her behalf. “His ability to connect with vulnerable children, his devotion to those forgotten in society and his never-ending commitment to those in need has made Harry the new 'People's Prince' and drawn comparisons to his late mother, Diana, the Princess of Wales,” ABC news recently wrote.
He's admitted on different occasions that he has difficulties developing and maintaining relationships with women because of the scrutiny and curiosity that surround him at all times.
This is what Pippa Middleton, who is not a royal but lives under permanent public scrutiny for being the sister of the ultra popular Duchess of Cambridge recently said about her days: “I have had a few years of being in the public eye and I have developed something of a thick skin but managing it has been quite hard.
Back in 2003, the young royal was rumored to have dated TV presenter Natalie Pinkham.
While the two have never publicly confirmed a romantic relationship, they reportedly maintained a friendship years after being linked together.
actress Meghan Markle now, but the British royal has had his share of rumored romances, flings, and girlfriends in the past.
From the on-and-off again relationships to the unconfirmed flings, take a look back at the Prince's love life over the years.
But this isn't the first time that those rumors have circulated, and Chelsy has said that she can't deal with the public attention that's integral to Harry’s life.
Speaking of the pressure she endured as Harry’s girlfriend, she told the Times of London that “it was so full, crazy and scary and uncomfortable. I couldn’t cope.” Last year she traveled from South Africa for his birthday party in London.
"The elephants are being moved to reduce pressure on the habitat and alleviate human wildlife conflict while helping to repopulate the local herd in their new home,” explained Kensington Palace in a statement.
"In the future, the reserve may also help restore elephant populations in other parts of Africa, where numbers have significantly declined due to poaching.
Prince Harry, fifth in the line to the British throne, has talked candidly about his difficulty to find the right partner to friends and in interviews: “Even if I just talk to a girl, that person is then suddenly my wife, and people go knocking on her door," he lamented to the Sunday Times, referring to the reality that practically every one of his activities and actions are followed by photographers, journalists, social networks, bloggers of all stripes.