Prince Harry is 'out of my league,' says Mollie King
Don't get her wrong ... Mollie King loves the attention. She would just prefer it was about her singing and not her rumoured romance with Prince Harry.
She's had enough of the guessing games about her love life and now has put a public lid on the gossip.
"I'm single and ready to mingle," she told the BBC's Radio 1 this week. "No, I'm not going out with him (Harry) -- I'm serious. Everyone wants to believe it because he's royalty."
King, 24, and the 27-year-old Prince were made a match in April after they spent a few nights in the same karaoke bar in London. The Saturdays singer remained coy about a possible relationship for a few weeks while watching her Twitter followers climb over half a million.
"I just went out with loads of friends and all of a sudden we are an item," she said. "But we're not. He must have so many girls after him throwing themselves at him.
"Everyone would like it to be true but it's not. He's very out of my league, come on."
Even so, it's not quite back to square one for Harry. The tab chatter lately has been that he and old flame Chelsy Davy are seeing each other again.
DIGGING INTO DIAMOND MINES
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee is a great excuse to rummage through the nostalgia bins.
One of the intriguing finds is a film from the 1951 visit to Canada by then-Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh. It's a fascinating National Film Board record of the royal couple's first tour of the colony, a month-long cross-country journey. And in colour!
We especially like the closing, where hardy Newfoundlanders brave gusty winds and waves to bid goodbye.