added: 19 Feb 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Former Pussycat Dolls star Ashley Roberts says Britain's Prince Harry is 'very eligible'.
Over the weekend it was reported that the stunning blonde had been spotted flirting with the royal at a club in London. Ashley has played down the romance rumours, insisting that she didn't even speak to Harry last Friday night. However, the dancer-and-singer did reveal she is a fan of the flame-haired prince.
'I was in the same area of a club as Prince Harry but I didn't even get the chance to say hello to him, which was a shame. He's very eligible though,' she said in an interview with MailOnline.
The 31-year-old beauty is looking for the perfect guy to settle down with. Ashley isn't currently in a relationship and confessed she spent Valentine's Day alone with just her pet Cooper for company.
'I'm single right now, but I'm so busy with work at the moment. If someone comes along then that's fantastic, but if they don't then that's fine too,' she explained. 'I actually spent Valentine's Day with my little dog, which I loved. It was romantic!'
Ashley is based in the UK at the moment, as she is appearing as a judge on the reality TV show Dancing on Ice. The star is enjoying her time in London, especially since her close pal and fellow former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt is also living in the city. Nicole Scherzinger also splits her time with the UK and US as she is dating Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton, and Ashley revealed she might even consider reuniting with her bandmates at some point.
'For 2013 it looks like UK will be my home for the most part. I miss the sunshine in Los Angeles, but I love the energy and there's a lot of life over here. It's fun to have change and be somewhere exciting and new,' she added. 'It makes me feel at ease to have people who feel like family here so it's great that Nicole and Kimberly are here too. I don't know what the future holds with the Dolls. I'm excited to be doing my own thing at the moment but I'd never say never about getting back together.'