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Prince Harry's ex gets catty about 'not that pretty' other ex Chelsy Davy

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London, June 17 (ANI): Prince Harry's former girlfriend Caroline Flack reportedly got catty about his old flame Chelsy Davy, saying "she's not even that pretty."

The royal recently ended his fling with TV presenter Caroline after telling friends he was desperate to get back with Chelsy, according to reports.

Carline reportedly lost her temper after reading the story covering their split and made the comment during a boozy evening out with friends in North London.

"Caroline started off the night watching her friend play a gig at a pub. She was dancing away and knocked back several glasses of red wine with pals," The Sun quoted a source as saying.

"Then she picked up a copy of The Sun and started reading aloud the coverage about her and Harry splitting up.

"Caroline was clearly upset - and ranted to pals: 'Chelsy Davy is a f****** irritating t***. In the flesh she is not even that pretty'," the source added.

The 29-year-old allegedly slammed the newspaper shut and threw it on the floor.

The source added: "Caroline was livid. Her girlfriends were consoling her, telling her things would get better in time."

The source continued: "When her group left at 11pm, after several hours inside, Caroline looked rather worse for wear.

"She was outside the pub, sitting on the floor and playing with a stray dog for half an hour, before her mates helped her up to go home."

Harry, 24, ended his five-year relationship with Zimbabwe born beauty Chelsy, 23, earlier this year. (ANI)

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