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Cressida Bonas to star in her first major film

Cressida Bonas lands her first movie role just shortly after her split from Prince Harry.

Two months after her much publicized breakup from Prince Harry, Cressida Bonas has landed her first major big screen role.

Moving on from the royals right onto Hollywood, Bonas, 25, is set to star in her first big film role alongside models Cara Delevingne and Daisy Lowe. The bank heiress will play a socialite in Harvey Weinstein’s Tulip Fever, which is based on Deborah Moggach’s best-selling novel from 1999.

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“It’s so clever,” a source told U.K.’s the Evening Standard. “They’ve cast actual models like Cara and Daisy to play the artists’ models and for the part of the society lady they’ve cast Prince Harry’s ex.”

Not only will Bonas be joined by the two famous models in the film, but she will also star along several big name actors, including Glee‘s Matthew Morrison, Judi Dench, Zach Galifianakis and Christoph Waltz.

Bonas had always kept herself on the down low while dating Harry, 29, preferring to remain private about her relationship with the prince. However, now that they are no longer an item, the British beauty has done a complete turnaround by testing the acting waters in Hollywood.

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However, Bonas has remained mostly quiet about her famous split from Harry, and he has done the same in regards to his ex. But Prince William’s younger brother did not waste any time going back to his single party boy ways. While attending the wedding of pal Guy Pelly in May, Harry reportedly had a short fling with a woman who was also celebrating the club owner’s nuptials in Memphis, Tennessee.

The prince is also set to travel to South America next month where he will visit Brazil and Chile. No doubt the young handsome redhead will continue his fun-loving ways during his stay on the Latin continent.

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