Prince Harry-Cressida Bonas Break-Up: The Royal Lounges by Poolside in Miami, Looks Unfazed By Break-Up

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By Sonalee singh | May 2, 2014 5:00 PM EST

Prince Harry is having a whale of time in Miami. He was seen unwinding by the pool at Soho House and having scrumptious food with his friend and soon to be a groom Guy Pelly.

An eyewitness revealed to E!Online that, "The group ordered pizzas and white wine for the table" and that "everyone seemed to be having a really good time."

Prince William's brother spent most of his time soaking in the sun before going to his room in the afternoon.

Prince Harry is in Miami to have some good time ahead of friend Guy Pelly's wedding.

Meanwhile, it has been just few days since it was reported that Harry broke- up with his long time girlfriend Cressida Bonas.

"Harry and Cressie have split. Harry wants to settle down and get married like his brother. But Cressie is still young and had huge reservations about marrying into the royal family, " a source revealed to Showbizspy.

It has also been reported that Bonas was perturbed by the way Kate Middleton's has to conduct herself after getting married in Royal family.

"Cressida has spoken to Kate Middleton about the expectations that come with being a part of the royal family and how unbelievably busy she is...Kate's been honest about her struggles and it's been a lot for Cressida to process," added the insider.

However, it seems that Harry is not bummed after the break-up and is rather in good spirits.

He was seen having a good time with his friends at Fontainebleau's LIV Night Club private skybox on May 1.

"Harry was definitely on his best behavior," Lesley Abravanel of the Miami Herald revealed to the website, "You don't go to LIV in Miami for privacy, so I'm sure he knew to behave himself. It seems like he's learned his lesson!"

Let us know what do you thin about Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas break-up. Do you think they have moved on for good?

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