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Cressida Bonas Cast In New Weinstein Movie

Prince Harry's ex sets sights on Hollywood.

Mark Robert Milan

Well, that didn't take long.

Prince Harry’s ex, Cressida Bonas, has been cast in a new Hollywood movie, alongside that other British rose Cara Delevingne (who, as The Royalist has previously observed, are aesthetically somewhat interchangeable).

This definitely puts the kybosh on the make-up rumors, as there is no way Harry could marry a movie star.

Harry’s 25-year-old former girlfriend has, according to a report in The Evening Standard, been cast in the Harvey Weinstein-produced Tulip Fever, a 17th-century love story set in the era of the infamous tulip bubble.

"It’s so clever,” an insider tells The Standard. “They’ve cast actual models like Cara and Daisy [Lowe] to play the artists’ models and for the part of the society lady they’ve cast Prince Harry’s ex.”Hello! magazine reports that Bonas will play a merchant’s wife alongside Dame Judi Dench, Christopher Waltz, and Glee’s Matthew Morrison.

Bonas, a dance school graduate, broke up with the fun-loving fourth-in-line to the throne after two years together.

"Acting, dancing and singing is something I have done my whole life. Being part of a creative team is the best thing in the world and I feel very happy within a creative environment,'' she told The Sunday Times recently.

Tulip Fever will be directed by Justin Chadwick, who also made The Other Boleyn Girl.