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Britain's Prince Harry visits the Double Jab Boxing Club in southeast London to support Sport for Social Development initiatives, June 6, 2016. Reuters/Daniel Leal-Olivas

Prince Harry may have found another young lady who would want the royal prince to become her boyfriend.

Olivia Tallent recently shared a picture of herself with Prince Harry on social media with a caption that sparked romance speculations. Olivia is the daughter of Garry Tallent, the bassist from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band. She had the opportunity to ask for a picture when Prince Harry went backstage during the band’s London concert on June 5, People magazine reported.

The 19-year-old Olivia shared the picture on Twitter and captioned it “new boyfriend.” She also uploaded the same image to Instagram and wrote, “Princess Olivia has a nice ring to it doesn't it?" Olivia even included several princess emojis to her post.



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Olivia’s social media posts elicited mixed reactions from both Instagram and Twitter users. Some congratulated Garry’s daughter while a few were in disbelief. However, she clarified the romance speculations between herself and Prince Harry in a Twitter message posted on June 7.

“I'm not actually dating Prince Harry, guys. Let's not be ridiculous here,” she wrote.

She also deleted the Twitter post that showed her picture with Prince Harry. Olivia even removed the caption from her Instagram post, keeping only the princess emojis.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry recently visited the Double Jab boxing club located in London’s New Cross, Telegraph reported. The boxing club, founded by Patrick Harris, has helped young people and amateur boxers to learn the sport in an effort to lead them away from gang violence. Keith Bates, a volunteer for the charity Sported — it supports various clubs and sports groups — is also helping mentor the boxing club’s members.

The visit was part of the prince’s new focus in promoting the advantages of using sports to help vulnerable young people. He also met some of the young boxers at the club and saw training sessions.