Prince Harry might be a married man, but the Duke of Sussex isn't over his failed relationship with Chelsy Davy. The duo dated in 2004 and officially called it quits in 2010. Although the pair haven't been romantically involved in over a decade, the father-of-two discussed their courtship during his recent court appearance.
"Going through it again now — 'Hooray Harry is Dumped' was hurtful to say the least, that such a private moment was turned into a bit of a laugh," the former senior royal said.
"The level of surveillance that I was under was quite something," he added.
While defending his client, Andrew Green wondered if Harry misinterpreted the verbiage.
"You’re not suggesting that 'Hooray Harry' was a reference to celebrating that you were being dumped, are you?"
"Seems a bit mean," the duke emotionally replied.
The Royal Observer previously reported the former couple juggled living in different parts of the world and primarily communicated via cell phone. Harry believes some of their talks were recorded without their knowledge and later publicized.
"Our relationship was long distance for the majority of the time we were together, with Chelsy and I often living in different countries, so we relied on communicating by phone a lot," Harry explained. "We, naturally, spoke about all types of personal matters, including all aspects of our relationship and this was often through voicemail. As my girlfriend, I trusted Chelsy with the most private of information and vice versa."
Harry's court case was published by the New York Post.