Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy ‘unless something catastrophic’ happened

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex‘s wedding has recently come under criticism after the couple claimed to have married three days before their spectacular ceremony three years ago. During their interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on CBS in the US and ITV in the UK, the couple made the confession, before retracting the comment days later. Such was the backlash over the remarks, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, spoke out, confirming the “legal” ceremony was the one witnessed by millions across the globe.

But before Meghan and Harry’s whirlwind romance took them from London to Los Angeles, Harry had other relationships, including with Chelsy – who some experts believed would eventually end up being the Duke of Sussex’s wife.

Among these was Richard Kay, who described their relationship as a “real love match”.

Speaking to Amazon Prime documentary William and Kate in the Future, Mr Kay noted the “great passion between the two of them when they’re together”.

He added: “The tension is visible, there’s electricity, there’s sparks flying everywhere.

Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy 'unless something catastrophic' happened

Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy ‘unless something catastrophic’ happened (Image: GETTY)

Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy 'unless something catastrophic' happened

Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy ‘unless something catastrophic’ happened (Image: GETTY)

“You can tell though they have a very volatile relationship, tremendous shouting matches, screaming rows, but then they get back together again.

“I would say that of all the royal romances currently going on, theirs was the real true thing, it’s the real deal.

“And I suspect unless something catastrophic happens, they will marry.

“But it’ll be a very tempestuous marriage.”

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Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy 'unless something catastrophic' happened

Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy ‘unless something catastrophic’ happened (Image: GETTY)

Another who agreed, was Harry’s mother’s former astrologer Penny Thorton.

She noted that the couple, who dated on and off for seven years from 2004, and their romance appeared similar to that of Harry’s brother and sister-in-law Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge.

Ms Thorton told the documentary: “Astrologically, they are a perfect match, a match like Kate and William, and it’s hard for me to see how he will replace her, Chelsy, with anyone else.

“I think it’s a strong bond and we’ll have to wait and see what happens.”

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Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy 'unless something catastrophic' happened

Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy ‘unless something catastrophic’ happened (Image: GETTY)

The pair’s relationship broke down after Chelsy struggled to cope with the clamour that surrounded someone dating a prince.

Angela Levin noted that Chelsy realised she had made the correct choice after attending William and Kate’s wedding ten years ago.

In her 2018 biography Harry: Conversations with the Prince, Ms Levin wrote: “A friend revealed that seeing the enormity and pomp of the day convinced Chelsy that she and Harry had been right to separate.

“Although they had a lot in common, she saw clearly that because they came from such different worlds it could never have worked, especially as she valued her privacy and guarded it so carefully.”

Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy 'unless something catastrophic' happened

Prince Harry would have married Chelsy Davy ‘unless something catastrophic’ happened (Image: GETTY)

This was also noted by Katie Nicholl, who recalled in her book Harry: Life, Loss and Love, how the life of dating a royal was not for her.

Ms Nicholl wrote: “Being part of the royal wedding had made Chelsy’s mind up once and for all.

“The life of a royal bride was not for her and she told Harry she could never make the sacrifices Kate had made.”

Such was the couple’s closeness, an insider revealed how Harry even made a final phone call to Chelsy before his marriage to Meghan.

The source explained: “Chelsy was quite emotional about it all, she was in tears and almost didn’t go to the wedding.

“In the end, she went and promised Harry she wouldn’t try and gatecrash the party.”

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