Britain's Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy have rekindled their romance.
The couple - who had a seven-year on/off relationship - have been spending time together privately in the past month, with both keen to reconcile.
A source told the Mail On Sunday newpaper: "They have been meeting at the homes of friends and at private house parties. Chelsy has seen Harry in the past three weeks, although she doesn't really like talking about it. She's been very coy.
"It seems to be a relationship with no strings attached. The fact is they are still hugely attracted to each other and never really fell out of love.
"Both are keen to keep meetings under the radar and insist it's not an official getting back together. It's a lot more casual."
Although Chelsy, 26, was Harry's date for his brother William's wedding to Duchess Catherine last year, they split soon afterwards because the trainee solicitor didn't want to be tied down to royal life.
However, Harry, 27, is said to be determined to win her back.
The source added: "Harry definitely holds a torch for Chelsy. The fact that she is not rushing to get back with him makes him want her even more..
"At the moment, Chelsy says she's concentrating on her work and doesn't have time for a proper boyfriend."