Prince Harry's Ex Cressida Bonas Shares New Swimsuit Photos
Cressida Bonas notably dated Prince Harry. However, she's since moved on and is enjoying her three-year anniversary with her partner. Bonas shared an adorable photo on Instagram of the two of them for the occasion. In it, they enjoyed a day at the beach. Bonas captioned the post, "3 years with you 👆🏼. Woo! Thank you for always making me laugh even when I don't feel like it!." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Cressida Bonas stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
Bonas is an avid dancer. She danced as a child and continued it into adulthood. Bonas shares a bunch of posts on Instagram of herself dancing. She shared this video of herself in the studio, captioning it, "Shake it." Bonas also shared this video, captioning it, "Can we all go dancing again please? Dancing in odd socks = some of the happiest moments in life."
She Walks Her Dog
Bonas has a dachshund, who is prominently featured on her Instagram. She does a lot of activities with her dog, like taking it on walks. Bonas shared these photos of herself and her dog walking on the beach in Rye. She captioned it, "That sunrise and those little sausage legs." In these photos, they walked through a field in Norfolk.
Bonas spends a lot of time outside. One thing she likes to do to stay in shape is go swimming. She shares a bunch of posts on Instagram of herself by the water. In this video, Bonas is seen going for a dip in the pool, while her dog licks her face. Bonas captioned the post, "Bring your dog to work day!…And a mighty fine hot water bottle too." She also shared these photos of herself underwater.
She Takes Mental Health Seriously
According to The Palace Papers by Tina Brown, when Cressida and Harry were dating, "His outbursts were ever more frequent and childlike," Brown writes. "He took up boxing because, as he later said, he was always 'on the verge of punching somebody.' Cressida began to have serious worries about his mental health. It is not widely known that it was she who first persuaded Harry to see a therapist."
She Faces Her Fears
Bonas hosts a podcast called "Fear Itself," where the actress "invites guests to share their personal stories around fear. How does fear show up, how do people try to hide it, how can we harness it and what can we learn from it?" Recent guests have included extreme athlete and world record holder Josh Llewellyn-Jones, children's author Scott Stuart and art historian John Armstrong.