Friday, 20 July 2012

Prince Harry And Model Cara Delevingne Dating

Prince Harry And Model Cara Delevingne Dating - Prince Harry And Model Cara Delevingne – Party prince Harry was in top form last night, taking in a hot premiere packed with Hollywood starlets, then onto a fashionable London nightspot before leaving within minutes of a blonde model.

Prince Harry, who had been to see the latest Batman film, The Dark Night Roses, with his cousin Eugenie before heading to the Salon nightclub in Mayfair.

After Harry, who is known for his love of blondes, had partied until 4am he left the club within minutes of Cara Delevingne, a 19-year-old British model.

Prince Harry was reportedly careful not be seen with the Burberry model, who left first in a chauffeured car, followed by the 27-year-old royal who was surrounded by bodyguard.

Earlier, Harry gave the action film the royal seal of approval when he made a surprise appearance at the European premiere.

The 27-year-old royal made a surprise appearance at one of two premieres of the film tonight.

And then he went on to party until 4.15am in Mayfair at trendy nightspot Salon.

While Prince Harry joined his cousin Princess Eugenie at the Waterloo IMAX, a majority of the film’s stars were across the Thames at the main Leicester Square screening.

The young royal had dressed up for his cinema outing in a dark blue suit, white shirt and black shoes.

Once inside, he would have bumped into his cousin Eugenie, 22, who was attending with her waiter boyfriend Jack Brooksbank, 26.

The couple have been dating for over two years, but have a lot more low-key romance than Eugenie’s older sister Princess Beatrice and Dave Clark.

Prince Harry and Eugenie’s attendance at the IMAX premiere meant they were missing most of the action at the Odeon Leicester Square.

The whole cast of the movie, including Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, Morgan Freeman and Joseph Gordon-Levitt were all in attendance at the West End screening.

Hathaway and Hardy are new additions to the franchise, playing catwoman and villain Bane respectively.

Speaking on the red carpet, Hardy said: ‘It was great. I got to fight Christian.’

And Hathaway admitted it was quite a challenge for her to play such an action role.

She said: ‘It took so much training. If you’re familiar with my other works, you’ll see that I’m not a natural bad-ass so it took a lot of work to get there

‘It was wonderful, it was such an honour. I love the first two Batman films.’

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