Britain's Prince Harry is close to ex Chelsy Davy again.
The heir to the British throne reportedly met up with Chelsy - who he had an on-off relationship with from 2004 to 2010 - while on his expedition saving animals in Africa last month and an insider reckons "Chelsy has his heart" still, but she doesn't want to "commit yet" because she is afraid of a "life in the spotlight".
A friend of Harry told The Sun newspaper: "Harry still holds a candle for her. Chelsy has his heart.
"They saw each other recently. There's still very much something between them, but Chelsy won't commit yet because she doesn't want to lead a life in the spotlight. Harry's very sensitive to that."
It's also believed to be "no coincidence" that Harry, 30, decided to work in Africa as Chelsy, 29, is originally from Zimbabwe and plans to head back out there in November.
And the fact he has "never fallen out of love" with his former girlfriend who is "strong and independent" and "does everything on her own terms".
A source added: "It's no coincidence that Harry decided to spend more time in Africa later this year.
"He has never fallen out of love with Chelsy. She's not like other girls; she's strong, independent and a rule-breaker. She does everything on her own terms."
Both Harry and Chelsy are single, as the Prince broke up with Cressida Bonas in April of last year and Chelsy ended her relationship with former beau Charles Goode earlier this year.
Kensington Palace refused to comment.