Prince Harry part of Leeds university ‘raving scene’ whilst dating Chelsy Davy

Chelsy Davy ‘didn’t want to be in public eye’ says expert

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Prince Harry was involved in the “nightclub raving” scene of Leeds University, according to royal expert Charlotte Griffiths. Whilst dating former girlfriend Chelsy Davy, the young Prince would often attend parties and developed a reputation as a ‘party boy’. 

Charlotte Griffiths told Palace Confidential, “I was at Leeds University at the same time as Chelsy and there was a raving scene and Harry was kind of in it.” 

She also said that his brother Prince William was a “good, clean kind of drunk” who enjoyed a few drinks with friends. 

Opposite to his brother, he didn’t enjoy “nightclub raving until 6am”. 

Prince Harry was often spotted in Leeds whilst he was in his twenties as his on-off girlfriend Chelsy Davy studied Law at the university. 

The couple first met in 2004 whilst Chelsy was a boarder at Stowe School and they dated until 2010. 

Chelsy Davy was often spotted accompanying Prince Harry for events, including polo matches and his passing out parade at Sandhurst Military Academy. 

Their relationship was described as ‘turbulent’ with the couple splitting on multiple occasions. 

During an interview with The Times in 2016, she described their relationship as ‘crazy, scary and uncomfortable’ due to constant media harrassment. 

The Zimbabwean-born businesswoman was a source of intense media speculation which contributed to the breakdown of her relationship with Prince Harry.

The couple remained friends and Chelsy Davy attended his wedding in May 2018 to American actress Meghan Markle. 

During his Apple TV+ series ‘The Me You Can’t See’ with Oprah Winfrey, Harry discuss the mental health struggles he endured during his twenties.

He revealed that he had suffered panic attacks and had turned to binge-drinking and drug-taking in order to relieve his mental stress. 


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Prince Harry had acquired a ‘party boy’ image during his twenties after a number of royal scandals emerged in the press. 

In 2002, he was sent by Prince Charles to Featherstone Lodge rehab centre after admitting to smoking marijuana on a few occasions. 

He also had to issue a public apology in 2005 after appearing at a pary dressed in a Nazi costume and was involved in a further scandal in 2015 when images of him playing naked strip poker appeared in the press. 

The Duke of Sussex renounced his party ways after meeting Meghan Markle, who encouraged him to attend therapy sessions. 

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