The daughter of a Zimbabwean billionaire, she grew up in the lap of luxury, but that didn't deter her from working extremely hard to become successful in her own right.Not only is she well-educated, receiving a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Cape Town, a law degree from the University of Leeds, and a gemology diploma from the Gemological Institute of America, Davy also launched her own ethical jewelry line, Aya, which was inspired by her African hometown. The 1980s was the decade of big hair, big phones, pastel suits, Cabbage Patch Kids, Rubik’s cubes, Yuppies, Air Jordans, shoulder pads and Pac Man.
magazine spoke to friends close to the then-couple who blamed their breakup on their long-distance relationship.
Davy, who was finishing up her law degree in England at the time, was homesick and missing her native Zimbabwe; Prince Harry was deployed to Afghanistan with the British Army.
With a bustling life of her own and ambitions to tend to, it's no surprise that she was apprehensive about a life in the monarchy.
The couple went through a series of breakups during the course of its relationship.
Each time news broke that they'd gone their separate ways, their many fans around the world were gutted.