Prince Harry and Mollie King Both Want To Have Kids

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There have been rumours that the royal bachelor, Prince Harry, has been courting his favourite girl band singer, Mollie King. If there is one thing in common between the two of them is that they seem to be both open to the idea of having kids of their own in the future.

Prince Harry has recently said in an interview that he would want to have his own children someday. And then 'The Saturdays' girl band member, King said that she adores the baby that her bandmate, Una Healy, recently had with her fiancé, Ben Foden.

It was during a fashion party organized by Esquire where the singer said that seeing her bandmate's child makes her want to have her own someday as well. The little child she adores is only a three-month-old Aoife Belle who King thinks is adorable. King added that she just can't stop herself from shopping for clothes for the little one.

Everyone thinks though that if Prince Harry will settle down with Mollie King someday, it would be interesting to note if she will not change her last name and by then will be called Mrs. King.

On other news, Mollie King unexpectedly ran into his ex-boyfriend during a fashion party. To make things more awkward, the guy was parading around his new girlfriend too.

And just like what many relationship experts say, there's no better approach to handle such an awkward situation with exes but to stay looking beautiful. Fortunately, King was stunning in a nude coloured pantsuit that has a sexy, plunging neckline. It gave emphasis to her sexy shape and was enough to make her feel confident even when her ex David Grandy was around too.

Mollie King and David Grandy went steady for ten months and reportedly separated last February of this year. After that, rumours have been spreading that Prince Harry has the eye for King, who also once said after her breakup that she is willing to even try online dating to find someone new to love.


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