New mum style! Prince Harry’s ex Cressida Bonas looks effortlessly chic in a denim jacket as she strolls with her baby son Wilbur and sausage dog
Actress and model Cressida Bonas has been spotted out-and-about with her baby son in London.
Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend, 33, looked casual and chic in an indigo denim jacket, with baby Wilbur strapped to her front in a pale blue ergobaby omni 360 baby carrier, which retails at £148.85.
Cressida wore her blonde tresses loose and opted for a natural base of make-up with a nude lip.
She spoke on the phone and took her adorable sausage dog, Budgie Bear, out for the stroll around London’s Notting Hill.
Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas, 33, (pictured) was seen taking a stroll around Notting Hill with baby son Wilbur
The actress looked relaxed and trendy in a pair of velvet jeans and black ankle boots as she hit the shops with Wilbur and Budgie Bear.
Baby Wilbur, who was born in November last year, wore a fluffy white bear onesie for the outing with his mother.
This isn’t the first time the trio have been pictured enjoying a stroll together around London shops.
Cressida was snapped late last month in all-black outfit and make up free as she took Wilbur and Budgie Bear for a walk.
The mother-of-one recently revealed that she touchingly named her son after the late brother of her husband who died at the age of 21.
The 33-year-old welcomed her first child with her husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley last year, after the couple married in 2020.
It has now been revealed that the couple chose to name him after Harry’s brother James, who took his own life in 2006.
Sources told the Daily Mail’s Richard Eden the name Wilbur James Wentworth-Stanley is a ‘dedication’ to the 21-year-old.
Cressida looked trendy as she took baby son Wilbur and sausage dog Budgie Bear for a walk in Notting Hill
Cressida wore a trendy denim jacket and black velvet jeans while out-and-about. She had Wilbur strapped to her front in a pale blue baby carrier
Cressida, who dated Prince Harry for a time and was a guest at his wedding with Meghan Markle, has previously written movingly about the impact of James’ passing.
Last year she wrote in the Daily Mail that his passing had turned the lives of her future in-laws ‘upside down’.
‘He was a student at Newcastle University and, growing up, he had never shown any obvious signs of depression or mental illness,’ she wrote.
‘He was fun, sporty, kind and popular. Many have said he was a golden boy.
Cressida Bonas, pictured here with her husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley, welcomed her first child with him in November last year
The mother-of-one recently revealed that she touchingly named her son after the late brother of her husband who died at the age of 21
‘Following a minor operation, he sought help for anxiety and suicidal thoughts. Later that week, while back in Newcastle, James went to an NHS walk-in centre and was then referred to A&E as a low priority.
‘James left A&E without being seen. A letter was sent from the NHS to his family GP by second-class post to the wrong postcode. By the time it arrived, James had already taken his own life, ten days after the operation.’
His family vowed to do something to help others avoid similar tragedies and formed a charity, James’ Place, which supports, advises and helps men in suicidal crises with individual therapy.
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