Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas enjoys a stroll with newborn son Wilbur James and her adorable pet pooch – after revealing the name is a tribute to husband’s late brother
Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas was spotted enjoying a stroll with her newborn son Wilbur James late last month.
The actress and model, 33, looked chic in an all-black outfit as she went makeup free.
Cressida sipped on a juice and took her adorable sausage dog along for the outing.
She was every inch the doting mother with her tiny tot strapped to her chest in a pale blue baby carrier.
The blonde kept warm in a fluffy jumper, which she teamed with a black beanie and bright green scarf.
Out and about: Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas was pictured enjoying a stroll with newborn son Wilbur James and her adorable pet pooch late last month
She looked relaxed as she stepped out, picking up a bag of goods from a store.
It comes after it was revealed that she touchingly named her son after the late brother of her husband who died at the age of 21.
The 33-year-old welcomed her first child with her husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley last year, after the couple married in 2020.
It has now been revealed that the couple chose to name him after Harry’s brother James, who took his own life in 2006.
Sources told the Daily Mail’s Richard Eden the name Wilbur James Wentworth-Stanley is a ‘dedication’ to the 21-year-old.
Cressida, who dated Prince Harry for a time and was a guest at his wedding with Meghan Markle, has previously written movingly about the impact of James’ passing.
Last year she wrote in the Daily Mail that his passing had turned the lives of her future in-laws ‘upside down’.
‘He was a student at Newcastle University and, growing up, he had never shown any obvious signs of depression or mental illness,’ she wrote.
Precious cargo: She was every inch the doting mother with her tiny tot strapped to her chest in a pale blue baby carrier
Tribute: It comes after it was revealed that she touchingly named her son after the late brother of her husband who died at the age of 21
‘He was fun, sporty, kind and popular. Many have said he was a golden boy.
‘Following a minor operation, he sought help for anxiety and suicidal thoughts. Later that week, while back in Newcastle, James went to an NHS walk-in centre and was then referred to A&E as a low priority.
‘James left A&E without being seen. A letter was sent from the NHS to his family GP by second-class post to the wrong postcode. By the time it arrived, James had already taken his own life, ten days after the operation.’
His family vowed to do something to help others avoid similar tragedies and formed a charity, James’ Place, which supports, advises and helps men in suicidal crises with individual therapy.
The first centre was opened by Prince William in Liverpool in 2018.
Happy: Cressida, pictured here with her husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley, welcomed her first child with him in November last year
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