The couple have a laugh with the group backstage
Prince Harry partied with folk band Mumford & Sons in their dressing room until 1am on Saturday night.
‘Harry is a huge Mumford fan, as is Cressida. He was gutted to miss them at Glastonbury,’ says a source.
‘He absolutely bear-hugged Marcus and apologised for missing their set. Marcus told him not to worry and to help himself to the beer.’
Harry, 28 – who spent a day at Glasto last weekend – and Cressida, 23, were joined by Marcus‘s actress wife Carey Mulligan at the late-night do.
The royal got to meet the band’s bass player Ted Dwane, who is already back on stage just weeks after having a blood clot removed from his brain.
‘Carey was also introduced to them all. Cressida really admires Carey, too, so the girls chatted while Harry had a long talk with Marcus,’ the insider tells the Daily Mirror.
‘They really hit it off. Harry was really impressed that Ted had rejoined the band so quickly. The boys joked: “Ted‘s alive!”‘
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