But when the world finally steps off its love cloud, and we realise that Prince Harry really is, absolutely, off the market for good, the thing we all need to know is: which eligible bachelors are left? And who will make a princess of us yet?
So to get you through the Prince Harry blues, and to soften the bump back down to earth, we’ve rounded up five potential suiters for the taking:
Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp
First up is Louis Spencer, who you might have spied looking very handsome in his morning suit at the royal wedding. He was in attendance with his mother, Victoria Aitken, and his two sisters, Lady Eliza Spencer and Lady Kitty Spencer (Kitty recently modelled for Dolce and Gabbana).
Louis, who’s full name is Louis Frederick John Spencer – AKA Viscount Althorp, is the son of Charles Spencer, who is the 9th Earl Spencer and also Princess Diana’s brother, making Louis first cousins with Prince William and Harry.
We don’t know a lot about Louis because he likes to live his life away from the lime light, but we do know that he’s 24 years old and is set to inherit his father’s title, meaning one day he’ll also be Earl Spencer.
So what does this mean for his future bride?
Unlike Meghan Markle, who married a prince and became a duchess, if you married Louis Spencer, you’d become a countess, which we think you’ll agree sounds just as cool.
Similarly, if you were to marry the very lovely-looking Louis, you’d probably live in his ancestral home – Althorp, which is based in Northampton, comes with a 13,000 acre estate and has over 90 rooms.
Right now, Louis is studying at Edinburgh university, but we know he likes to spend a lot of time in South Africa with his sisters, which is where is mother is from and where the family spent a lot of their childhood.
Whether you were in Northampton, South Africa or milling around London, all of the cousins are very close, so we’re sure you’d still get to see inside Buckingham Palace if you started dating the Viscount.
Hugh Grosvenor, 7th Duke of Westminster
Until 2016, Hugh Grosvenor was better known as the Earl of Grosvenor, but after his father, the late 6th Duke of Westminster passed away, Hugh inherited the title.
Like most aristocrats, he has an impressively long name – Hugh Richard Louis Grosvenor and was educated at Ellesmere college.
Following school, he studied countryside management at Newcastle University and then went on to be an accounts manager at Bio-Bean, a green energy company, which means he firmly ticks the good moral compass box.
He now runs the family business, which owns property and land all over London, predominantly in Mayfair and Belgravia (so not the shabby end of town). They also own a huge haul of land in Cheshire.
His wealth is estimated to be around £9 billion, which makes sense considering his father once sold a Mayfair parking space for £65,000 back in 2002.
But if going to parties at Annabel’s and whizzing around Mayfair isn’t your scene, do not fear, because you’ll probably feel more at home at Eaton Hall, Hugh Grosvenor’s family pile, which doesn’t rival Louis Spencer’s 65,000 acre estate, with only 11,000 acres of land, but is just as lovely.
Hugh is also Prince George’s godfather, so you’d probably get really pally with Wills and Kate.
George Spencer Churchill, Marquess of Blandford
George Spencer Churchill is currently the Marquess of Blandford, but one day he’ll become the Duke of Marlborough, and with this title, he’ll inherit all 187 rooms at Blenheim Palace.
22-year-old George is the son of James Spencer, the 12th Duke of Marlborough, and his wife, Rebecca Mary Few Brown.
He went to Harrow and is fast becoming well-known as an exceptional player on the Polo playing scene, which is a firm favourite with Prince William and Prince Harry.
He might have just got engaged to pretty Camilla Thorp, but until the couple say I do, he’s worth checking out, which you can do via his Instagram.
Charles Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley
Viscount Linley is Princess Margaret’s grandson and is therefore 19th in line to the throne.
He’s only 18, but he’s set to break hearts with his long legs and cute, floppy, brown hair.
He went to Eaton but is currently studying at Loughborough university – and if he’s anything like his wonderfully glamorous and sassy grandmother, he’s probably up for a good party. And if not, well you could quiz him on everything there is to know about our favourite princess and style icon, Princess Marge.
And finally, 23-year-old Arthur Chatto.
Arthur is also a descendant of Princess Margaret, meaning he’s family to and good friends with Viscount Linley. What a pair they make-eth!
A little bit down the line to the throne, he’s 23rd in line of succession.
He’s currently studying at Edinburgh university and is a very keen bagpipe player, which could be a bit annoying but at least he’s got a good pair of lungs on him and has a very cute smile.
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