Last week, Cressida supported her Prince at the We Day event, which promotes global youth empowerment. The 25-year-old dance graduate looked casual and chic in a Mackage coat, Selfiridges skinny jeans and her signature converse trainers as she posed for photographs with her sister Isabella Calthorpe (former flame of Prince William), and her husband Sam Branson, son of Virgin mogul Richard Branson. The We Day event is largely sponsored by the Bransons.
Inside the Wembley Arena, Prince Harry gave an empowering and humorous speech:
'For those of you who were expecting Harry Styles, I apologise, and no, I am not going to sing. I feel extremely privileged, and incredibly nervous to be standing here in front of you today at the first We Day to be held in the UK. The world around us is changing fast.
On one hand, it is a much more connected place. The internet is now part of our everyday lives, and social media has changed the way we communicate. What that means is that our generation, although I am nearly 30, has the greatest opportunity of any in our history to effect change on a global scale. Some people don't think it's cool to help others; personally I think it's the coolest thing in the world.'
After his speech Harry joined Cressida in the crowd where she congratulated him.
The two shared a hug.
Although it was not recorded in The Court Circular, Cressida's presence at the event has been considered a sign of how serious the relationship is in the press pack. Ms. Bonas is believed to be rather shy and this week she looked much more relaxed and comfortable as evidenced by the closeness of the couple at We Day.
Today, the couple were out and about publicly again, as the pair enjoyed an afternoon at Twickenham. Cressida and Harry enjoyed the sporting action taking place between England and Wales. The game ended 29-18 in England's favour, by the way.
They've been together almost two years, so it's nice to see them enjoying outings like normal, everyday couples, despite their public profile. We look forward to seeing more of them together in the future. On another note, what do you think of Cressida's style?