Kate Middleton plans to help Prince Harry get over Chelsy
Kate Middleton is apparently on a mission to help Prince Harry get over his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy.
Not only that, but the Duchess of Cambridge is keen to find him the right girl to replace the South African beauty once and for all.
It seems that the 30-year-old is settling effortlessly into the role of older sister and is keen to help her brother-in-law finally sort out his love life.
Rumour has it that Kate also wants to find someone for Harry so they can go on double dates, rather than have the 27-year-old Prince be a third wheel on their group outings.
A royal insider has told Now magazine: "Away from the cameras, Kate and Harry always have long and meaningful heart-to-hearts, as they're very close.
"But their recent private chats have been about Harry's despair at not being able to find the right girl. Seeing how serious this is for Harry, Kate offered to help."
The source continued: "She thinks it's time he got over Chelsy Davy and moved on. It's similar to what Wills' mum Princess Diana did, as she set up Fergie with Prince Andrew."
Kate has become visibly closer to Harry since she married William last year, and during the Olympics the royal trio looked at ease as they attended the sporting events.
Prince Harry and Kate even attended the Olympics closing ceremony together without Wills, as he had to return to his piloting duties for the RAF.
But the pair didn’t seem to mind and were seen gossiping throughout the show - perhaps Kate was sharing with Harry her plans for his love life...