Camilla Thurlow is Prince Harry girlfriend, according to unconfirmed reports. See photos and video of the Scottish beauty queen — formerly Miss Edinburgh — who has been seen in the company of the newly single British royal.

Camilla Thurlow

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The 25-year-old Camilla Thurlow is alleged to be dating whom he met through The HALO Trust in Cambodia, the landmine charity she works for, which his late mother Princess Diana popularized. the 29-year-old Prince Harry was until earlier this year the patron of the charity.

According to reports, the pair were spotted together in London, apparently quite cozy — kissing, in fact — at one of London’s hot spots, Tonteria nightclub in Sloane Square. If this is all a true story rather than an exaggeration or a foray into pure speculation if not fiction Thurlow, is the first woman he has dated since breaking up with Cressida Bonas.

As for the details of the biography Camilla Thurlow, as is so often the case she has a considerable digital footprint and it does not take much searching to come up with some of the publicly known facts. From Dumfries, Scotland. As noted, she works for The HALO Trust. She had a LinkedIn profile (now deleted) which confirms her employment at the nonprofit organization as a projects officer.

Previously, she made her mark as a beauty queen, and was ultimately Miss Edinburgh. As such her profiles are still available. One of them lists her physical measurements and characteristics; her height is 5-foot-three and she has dark brown hair and hazel eyes. She attended Fettes College in Edinburgh and Loughborough University in Loughborough, England.

She maintained an active presence in social media, particularly on Twitter as well as on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook. Or at least, she has accounts on all of these social media sites which now have been deleted.

As the story unfolds, check back for more updates. Meanwhile, you can see a full gallery of Camilla Thurlow pictures below.

Photos: Camilla Thurlow
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