Dubai dames not distracting Prince Harry from planning proposal to Cressida Bonas
Britain's Prince Harry is reportedly in "a hurry" to marry Cressida Bonas.
The 29-year-old royal thinks he has found The One and is keen to put his party days behind him and settle down with the 24-year-old socialite as early as next year.
A source told The Telegraph newspaper: "Cressie is going to marry Harry. He never stops talking about marriage and children, and she has now got used to the idea. The wedding is likely to take place next year."
The couple have been close since being introduced in May 2012 by Harry's cousin, Princess Eugenie, but Cressida allegedly started to have doubts as she felt she was too young to get married.
However, changed after the prince's return from his four-month military posting in Afghanistan in January, during which time they stayed in regular contact via telephone.
The couple have been inseparable of late, enjoying a string of public dates including a James Blunt concert and a trip to see hit musical 'The Book of Mormon' in London.
Friends have been predicting the pair will get married since Harry and Cressida seem so compatible.
An insider previously said: "I wouldn't be surprised if she's the one he marries. They are very affectionate with one another when they are with their friends ... They're on the same wavelength. They are so compatible."