"The second he decided he'd spend July and August partying and being young, carefree and single while he still could be he was introduced to Camilla by his cousin Princess Beatrice and his crazy party plans went out of the window and all of a sudden he's acting like a contented married man.
It sounds like Prince Harry and new girlfriend Camilla Thurlow are really heating up!
Some people say “they just knew” when they met the person who would become their boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, or wife—we’ve all met people like this and wonder why it hasn’t happened to us (yet). According to Match.com's Singles In America survey in 2014 of over 5,000 singles, 41 percent of men and 29 percent of women say they have experienced love at first sight. It also happens on TV—or appears to happen—on shows like the Bachelor and Bachelorette , falling for a seemingly total stranger. Over the next eight years, we danced around each other, both liking each other, but both in random relationships.
And, let’s not forget A&E’s show, Married at First Sight . Couples are matched up via four experts—a sexologist, a spiritualist, a psychologist and a sociologist—and do not meet until their wedding day. We fell in love in 2008 while on a trip to North Carolina, but still nothing happened and we didn't date until one lovely day in 2011 after he moved away.
They go through usual marriage ups and downs, then, after six weeks, have to decide if they will stay together—or not. Two months and falling apart, I moved to NY to be with him.
Personally, I love the immersion dating nature of the show, not to mention how addictive it is to watch, and think we should all try it at some point. And can you imagine telling your parents, “We just met last week, but I know it was love at first sight and we’re going to be together forever.”Check out Bustle's 'Save The Date' and other videos on Facebook and the Bustle app across Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV. It was a rocky first year, dating your best friend, but everything worked out for the best.