Someone find the contestants from Fox's failed 2014 reality show “I Wanna Marry Harry.” New reports are circulating that Prince Harry is looking for love and ready to settle down.

The latest news comes from Us Weekly. A source revealed to the outlet that the 31-year-old Prince of Wales is “fed up with the single life.”

“He’s ready for love,” the insider added, revealing that he’s no longer interested in “just messing around.”

The rumors surrounding Prince Harry’s romantic life come almost a year after he told Sky News that he would “love” to have kids. However, this fall he confided in ITV News that he was not looking to engage in a relationship.

“No, at the end of the day there are lot of things to be done before settling down,” he explained in late September. “Everyone looks forward to settling down, but in the meantime, it’s work as usual.”

That doesn’t mean that Prince William’s younger brother hasn’t been romancing any women. Us Weekly’s source claims that the Prince of Wales is in communication with two women in the U.K. Meanwhile, reports surfaced in January that he was involved with a woman named Juliette Labelle, a 22-year-old Los Angeles PR assistant who previously worked for Christian Dior. According to The Sun, the two met and hit it off while Prince Harry was visiting the West Coast.

Prior to his alleged fling with Labelle, Prince Harry was last scene with his ex-girlfriend, actress and model Cressida Bonas, in mid-September. The 27-year-old blonde beauty reconnected with her former flame at his 31st birthday at the Cross Keys in London.

Of course, if Harry is truly searching for love, there are already 12 American women who signed up to marry him on a reality TV series. In 2014 Fox launched "I Wanna Marry Harry" with a man named Matthew Hicks, a look-alike of the real royal bachelor. The show was pulled from the air after four episodes due to low ratings.