Prince Harry has regularly topped the list as one of Britain's most eligible bachelors and on Wednesday night the Queen's grandson certainly lived up to his heartthrob reputation.
Harry, 30, was spotted enjoying dinner in the company of a few female friends and judging by the smiles on their faces, the royal party had a ball of a time.
Looking as dapper as ever, the Prince wore a navy suit and crisp white shirt with his top button undone.
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Prince Harry, 30, is frequently hailed as one of Britain's most eligible bachelors
Despite being flanked by his personal protection officers, Harry seemed relaxed and in high spirits as he left Quaglino's restaurant in Mayfair, London – a favourite haunt for stars such as Ronnie Wood and Jade Jagger.
Harry's outing comes just a week after he attended a fundraising gala hosted by 100 Women in Hedge Funds, where he joked about his appreciation of the fairer sex.
The cheeky royal, who was addressing a group of 200 professional women at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in West London, joked: "I am not entirely sure who made the seating plan but I am sitting between two men. I thought it would just be 100 women and myself."
Prince Harry recently joked about his appreciation of women at a gala dinner last week
Harry's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas, meanwhile, who split from the Prince last April, has recently been spotted out and about herself in central London. The budding actress attended an after-party on Tuesday night following a performance of new West End hit Neville's Island.
Known for her quirky style, Cressida, 25, rocked a pair of ripped skinny jeans, a polka dot high-neck blouse and a black blazer lined with a laced pattern.
The blonde beauty added a touch of colour to her look with a bright blue and cream scarf by Beulah London, the fashion line loved by the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton.
Cressida Bonas made her acting debut with a festival play earlier this year
Cressida spent the evening mingling with stars from the acting world including Miles Jupp, who is best known for his roles in sitcom Rev and children's television series Balamory.
One month after Cressida and Harry broke up, the dance graduate made her onstage acting debut starring in surreal play There's A Monster In The Lake. She has also since been cast for a cameo role alongside model and actress Cara Delevingne in Tulip Fever, a 17th century romance film.