Prince Harry says he and wife Meghan Markle face sleepless nights following the birth of their first child – and admitted they could soon end up with another arrival.
The royal made the confession to Falkands War veteran Simon Weston at a Buckingham Palace reception which celebrated 50 years of Charles as the Prince of Wales.
The pair joked about the outcome of the Wales versus England Six Nations rugby game last month which saw Wales emerge as victors in the hard-fought contest.
Weston said: "I warned him and the Duchess it serves him right as they will be getting plenty of sleepless nights when the baby is born.
"He said if they have anymore than two it will serve him right."
Welsh Guard Simon Weston suffered 47 per cent burns to his face and body after his ship was struck by a Argentine missile during the Falklands conflict.
Weston, 57, said he and the duke also talked about wound healing and a new laser treatment to deal with scar tissue.
The former soldier is known for his charity work and is president of DEBRA – a national charity that supports individuals and families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).
Pictures show how pregnant Meghan Markle joined her in-laws for their first joint engagement since Christmas Day, just weeks before her due date.
The former Suits actress wowed in a shimmering brocade dress and a £900 white coat by Amanda Wakeley as she and Prince Harry chatted to guests.
Charles arrived at the event with Camilla and his sons and their wives – William and Kate and and Harry and Meghan in step with the heir to the throne as he entered the White Drawing room.
Meghan cradled her bump and smiled as she chatted to other guests.
She carried her £205 oyster silk clutch by Wilbur and Gussie and wore her Paul Andrew ‘Pump it Up’ stilettos which retail at £475.
Her £900 white ‘Crombie’ style coat is by designer Amanda Wakeley who has long been a royal favourite.
She accessorised with Les Plaisirs de Birks Bar Earrings, which cost £213.45.
The Duke of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall, along with Prime Minister Theresa May , were also among the guests at the event honouring Charles’s contribution to the national life of Wales over the decades.
Welsh band Stereophonics, who were supported by the Prince’s Trust in their early days, were also at the event, as was Games Of Thrones star Owen Teale.
Princess Anne also attended the event which celebrated a range of Welsh charities, organisations and businesses.
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