Britain's Prince Harry has welcomed the news that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child, and added he can't wait to see his brother Prince William "suffer more".
The new baby, due to be born in April or May next year, will be fourth in line to the throne, with Prince Harry dropping one place in the line of succession to fifth, reported The Telegraph. Asked about his reduced chances, the Prince laughed and said, "Great".
When quizzed about whether the next kid could be a girl, the 29-year-old said that he would like to see his brother try and cope with that.
He said his sister-in-law was not well but was "doing the best she can". He also said his nephew, young Prince George, "will be over the moon. I think he will be thrilled having another small younger brother or sister."
He added that he hopes the couple has the opportunity to go through the process again with a little bit of peace and quiet.
The Duke and Duchess announced on Monday that they were expecting a second child after the Duchess pulled out of a public engagement. She is suffering from the same acute sickness she endured while pregnant with Prince George.