Chelsy Davy may have been back on Prince Harry's arm for the Royal Wedding April 29, but there are no nuptials on the horizon for the two.
The Zimbabwean-born Davy returned to the UK for the wedding and is said to be giving her on-off relationship with Harry another chance.
But friends say she's seen what Kate Middleton is subjected to and wants none of it: "No way we are getting married. It’s not a life for me."
Perhaps there's hope for Pippa Middleton and Prince Harry yet!
Prince Harry invited Chelsy to the wedding as his date and he has told friends he wants to make their five-year relationship work. But does she?
Chelsy Davy starts work as a trainee solicitor at a London law firm in September, and sources say that's where her focus is now - her career:
"Harry really wants things to work. He has brought up marriage in the past – usually when he’s drunk – but Chelsy quickly plays it down."
"She thought the wedding was wonderful but she's watched what Kate went through and how much she sacrifices, and says it’s not for her."That being said, she and Harry were the rock star MVPs of the wedding weekend, and had a blast at the reception and after party together.
"They were all over each other and Harry went back to Chelsy’s flat before sneaking out and going home. They were very much an item, but who knows what will happen now," says a source. "They have a very turbulent relationship."
There's also the matter of the Prince's military obligations.
While Chelsy prepares to start work, Harry has another eight months at RAF Wattisham, where he is training to be an Apache helicopter pilot.
"Harry’s got to get his head down so he completes his training but he is much happier with Chelsy moving back to London," the source said.
"She wants to make it work – she has missed Haz – but the truth is she really doesn’t like the attention that comes with dating a prince."