Britain's Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy
Britain's Prince Harry (L) and Chelsy Davy attend the friendly international rugby union match between England and Australia at Twickenham in London, Nov. 7, 2009. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh

Chelsy Davy and Prince Harry will remain friends forever. The former couple do not have any hard feelings for each other. The Zimbabwe-born attorney opened up about her relationship status with the Sunday Times Style.

Chelsy and Harry split after a seven year relationship. They met in 2004 and split in 2010. Since his break up with his other ex -girlfriend Cressida Bonas in 2014, the British royal has not dated anyone, though there are rumors every now and then linking him with various women. “I think we will always be good friends,” said the blonde beauty.

The 30-year-old is all set to launch her jewelry line later this year. She went to Zimbabwe to source jewels and create a line of accessories that will support schools in her country. Chelsy’s new jewelry line is called Aya Africa and will be available at Baar & Bass, a boutique in the trendy Chelsea area of London.

According to the former lawyer, marriage and family is “a beautiful thing.” Harry also admitted wanting to have children in the future. Chelsy even after her split with the royal, moves in the same circles as her ex and is friends with other royals and A-listers, including Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie.

In spite of their split in 2010, she was invited for the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April 2011. Chelsy is still friends with Harry and made an appearance at the prince’s 30th birthday party at Kensington Palace in 2014, along with Harry’s other famous ex Cressida.

The Sun reported in September last year that Harry has not fallen out of love with his ex and that the duo met secretly in summer when the former was working on conservation projects in Africa. However, Chelsy does not prefer the life of a princess — a life in the spotlight. The blonde beauty divides her time between Zimbabwe, and west London, where she has a home in Chelsea.