Gentlemen aren't the only ones who prefer blondes. Apparently princes do, too.
Prince Harry, 27, was spotted with a blonde woman who looks strikingly similar to his former girlfriend Chelsy Davy, at the "Dark Knight Rises" premiere in London Wednesday, according to People magazine.
The new blonde is Cressida Bonas, daughter of 1960s model Lady Mark-Gaye Georgiana Lorna Curzon. Bonas' chaperone to the premiere was reportedly Harry's pal Tom Inskip, but People reports that didn't stop the prince from getting "playful" with the 23-year-old at a club following the film's after party.
"Inside the club they were very, very friendly together and getting very cozy with each other," an observer told People magazine.
Princess Eugenie, Harry's cousin, reportedly introduced the prince to the blonde model, People magazine reports.
Harry and Bonas left the club separately just after 4 a.m. Thursday.
"She's an extremely fun girl but she's quite a wild thing too and would have a nightmare if she was dating Harry," a source described Bonas to the Daily Mirror.
Bonas isn't the first blonde the prince has been linked to. In April, reports stated that Harry was "smitten" with Mollie King, 24, a member of all-girl pop group The Saturdays. The pair was spotted by British paparazzi singing karaoke with friends at London's Bunga Bunga club.
The prince and his former girlfriend Davy, 26, split last year after a nearly seven year on-again, off-again relationship.