Prince Harry On Royal Baby News: "I Can't Wait To See My Brother Suffer"
Hazza jokes he hopes the pair have a girl, while Prince Wills reveals he is "immensely thrilled" at becoming a father for the second time...
Clarence House announced yesterday (September 8) that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to become parents again, with the Queen "delighted" by the news.
They added that as with her pregnancy with Prince George, Kate was suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum (acute morning sickness) and was being treated by doctors at Kensington Palace.
Addressing their baby news at an Invictus Games training session yesterday, Harry told the Associated Press: "I am going to become an uncle again for the second time, hopefully, so yes, it is very exciting news."
He went on to joke: "I can't wait to see my brother suffer more and with any luck if it's a girl then he will suffer even greater, I would love to see him try and cope with that!
"But in all seriousness I hope my sister-in-law gets better soon and that the two of them have the opportunity to, I suppose go through the whole process again in a little bit of peace and quiet."
Speaking at a separate engagement in Oxford, Wills also spoke about Kate's morning sickness, telling the AP: "She is feeling OK, thanks, it has been a tricky few days, week or so, but obviously we are immensely thrilled, it is great news, early days, but I am hoping that things settle down and she feels a bit better."
On a more serious note - perhaps the pending Scottish referendum vote - the Duke added: "But it is important that we all focus on the big news, the big international and domestic news going on at the moment, that's what my thoughts are at the moment. I am going to go back and look after her now."