It was reported that Cressida Bonas turned down her role as a real-life princess to focus on her acting career. It's only been a month since her split from Prince Harry and she's already giving her IMBD page a makeover. Word on the web is that Cress has been cast in the Harvey Weinstein film, Tulip Fever.
According to the Londoner's Diary the 25-year-old dancer will star in the film alongside it Brits Cara Delevingne and Daisy Lowe. So which part will the scrunchie-wearing almost-was-a-princess play? A fancy society girl, obvs.
An insider told the Evening Standard: “It’s so clever. 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.” We see what you've done there.
Cressida Bonas at the Hay Festival [Rex]
The film is based on Deborah Moggach's bestseller and is directed by The Other Boleyn Girl director Justin Chadwick. The IMBD page describes it as: 'a 17th century romance in which an artist falls for a married young woman while he's commissioned to paint her portrait. The two invest in the risky tulip market in hopes to build a future together.' Zach Galifianakis aka Alan from The Hangover is also in the film, as is Holliday Grainger and Academy Award-winner Christoph Waltz.
This isn't Cressida's first time acting. Last weekend Prince Harry's former girlfriend performed at the Hay Literary Festival in front of a small crowd of 50 people. Cressida played a singing Big Bad Wolf in the play, putting on a thick Essex accent.
But the real question is this: Is it too early to get excited about a possible Cara x Cressida red carpet appearance?
Cressida Bonas and Princess Eugenie at the wedding of Lady Melissa Percy and Thomas van Straubenzee - 22 Jun 2013