Camilla Thurlow Images: See Prince Harry’s Newest Girlfriend! [PHOTOS]

Sep 16, 2014 01:47 PM EDT | By Victoria Guerra

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Model Camilla Thurlow's images seem to be everywhere in the British press these days: she seems to be Prince Harry's newest girlfriend, as they have been seen together in a number of places since last August.

As Camilla Thorlow images smash the press in the British kingdom and the rest of the world, the relationship has been kept mostly quiet - although they have been seen together, even vacationing in St. Tropez.

The royal cancelled his 30th birthday party on Monday after the Windsor announcement that his sister-in-law Kate Middleton was suffering severe morning sickness from her second pregnancy, recently ended a relationship with Cressida Bonas, whom he had been dating since 2012. At the planned party, Prince Harry was supposed to introduce new girlfriend Camilla Thorlow, so images of them together could finally be snapped by the press.

According to a report by the United Kingdom's Daily Star, an aristocratic source said that the Scottish beauty, sportswoman and philanthropist was "the perfect girlfriend for Harry and could make an ideal royal wife," as she has impeccable breeding and moves in the prince's same social circles - as a matter of fact, they were reportedly introduced by Princess Beatrice, sister of Princess Eugenie, who introduced Harry to former girlfriend Cressida Bonas.

Camilla Thorlow images have been filling the web since last month, when she and Prince Harry started appearing more and more together. Even though there are still no pictures of the couple hitting the town, it's a fact they've been going around and the Prince seems to be "in awe" of her.

Camilla Thorlow is a 25 year-old Scotswoman and has a fairly impressive résumé as it is. She graduated Loughborough University, where she got a degree in Sport and Exercise Science (and she's a huge sports enthusiast, not unlike her royal boyfriend); she's a former beauty queen and she's been working at the Halo Fund, one of Prince Diana's favorite charities, for a while now.

While we wait for further news, enjoy some of our favorite Camilla Thurlow images!

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