Prince Harry ‘jealous’ of Prince Andrew’s dates with Caprice as he ‘fancied her’

Prince Harry was reportedly jealous of Prince Andrew when he wined and dined model Caprice because he "fancied her".

Today it was reported Andrew flouted royal protocol by letting the Dancing on Ice star sit on the Queen's throne on a date at Buckingham Palace.

They shared a friendship for two months but went on a series of dates in 2000, it is reported.

But their dates reportedly intrigued Harry, 16 at the time, who had the hots for the American model.

Harry, who recently moved to Canada with wife Meghan Markle , apparently had her calendar on his wall.

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A source told the Sun on Sunday: "He told her that his nephew, Prince Harry, was very intrigued by their friendship.

“Apparently Harry had Caprice’s calendar on his bedroom wall at Eton, and Harry was grilling Andrew over Christmas pudding at Sandringham about his crush."

The duo went for dinner together and to the cinema, the report adds.

He also let her "steal" a bowl from the palace and send it to her mum, it continues.

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A source told the paper: "She did think it a bit strange that he wanted to hang out as, from her side, there was no chance of a snog –she didn’t fancy him."

They added: “He took her to Buckingham Palace twice, and on one occasion she sat on the Queen’s throne.

“She spotted a bowl she liked and asked Andrew if she could steal it and post it to her mum.

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"She claims that he let her, and her mum loved it!”

Earlier today it was reported that the Queen has been left "very sad" that Meghan and Harry will leave baby Archie in Canada on their return to the UK for their last royal engagements.

He has not set foot on British soil this year following the couple's sensational decision to step down from royal duties.

Daily Star Online has approached Harry's representatives for comment.

Caprice's representatives declined to respond.

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