Britain's Prince Harry says he is in no rush to get married.
The 31-year-old royal - who is believed to have recently rekindled his relationship with actress and socialite Cressida Bonas, 26 - has insisted that he is far too busy to even think about settling down right now.
As he joined a group of ex-servicemen and women on part of their 1,000 mile trek across Britain for charity Walking With The Wounded, Harry was asked by ITV News if he was "anywhere near settling down".
The fifth in line to the British throne replied: "No. There are a lot of things to get done before settling down. Another seven miles to walk now which I'm not looking forward to... eight! Everyone looks forward to settling down but in the meantime it's work as usual so let's crack on."
Harry's comments come soon after Cressida reportedly told him that she is not ready to get married.
A source told Grazia: "Cressida has her acting career to think of, so dating a prince can be a double-edged sword. She's told him that if they get back together officially, there will be no talk of marriage."
However, Cressida is still smitten with the prince.
The insider explained: "Cressida hasn't managed to get Harry out of her system. She's missed him and now they are apparently involved again."