Cressida Bonas can’t contain her grin as she enjoys solo day out out with new baby
17th January 2023

Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas was all smiles as she took her newborn baby son out on a walk around London.

Cressida announced that she'd given birth to her baby boy in November 2022.

The actress, 33, shares her baby son with husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley and it's reported that the pair have named him Wilbur James Wentworth-Stanley.

In new pictures, Cressida was seen walking with her son in his pram, smiling as they made their way around West London.

The blonde beauty looked chic as she wore a navy coat over a cream coloured turtleneck knitted jumper and black trousers. She also wore a matching navy cap as she held the lead for her dog.

In December 2022, Cressida candidly opened up about her fertility struggles and her experience with IVF.

The star said that she was left extremely “frustrated,” as, despite being unable to conceive for more than two years, doctors insisted that there was nothing “fundamentally wrong".

Admitting that she felt “powerless” due to a lack of a solid diagnosis, she eventually turned to IVF to help her conceive and went on to welcome her baby boy.

Cressida dated Prince Harry between 2012 and 2014 – during the time that the prince was in Afghanistan for the British Military.

Harry talked about his time in the military and Afghanistan in his new memoir Spare, which was published a week ago.

In the memoir, Harry revealed he killed 25 Taliban in Afghanistan, which he since has been highly criticised for.

Harry said that flying six missions during his second tour of duty on the front line resulted in “the taking of human lives," which he is neither proud nor ashamed of.

Describing watching a video of each “kill” when he returned to base, he wrote of Taliban fighters as “baddies” who were being eliminated before they could kill “goodies”.

“So, my number is 25. It’s not a number that fills me with satisfaction, but nor does it embarrass me,” he wrote.

He wrote that he did not think of those he killed in Afghanistan as “people” but instead as “chess pieces” that had been taken off the board.

Harry first went to war in 2007 on a 10-week tour of duty fighting the Taliban in dangerous Helmand Province, operating as a battlefield air controller behind enemy lines.

The secret mission – which ended early after it was leaked on the internet – gave him the opportunity to be treated as a real soldier rather than a prince.

He returned, dubbed the “Warrior Prince”, “Harry the Brave”, and “One of Our Boys” by the press for fighting for his country.

As he came back to the UK, Harry revealed his cousin Pricess Eugenie and then-girlfriend Cressida told him he looked in some way like a different person, which he described as frightening and off-putting for Cressida.


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