Princess Charlotte wasn't far from Prince William's mind during a recent rugby event in Wales on Feb. 26. The proud father was eager to talk about his adorable one-year-old, revealing that "She is very easy, very sweet."
And while the future king is relishing in his daughter's happy demeanour now, he is preparing himself for any drama that comes along as Charlotte gets older. "All fathers say ‘Just you wait, when you get to nine, 10, 11 they go crazy.' I’m looking forward to it, there will be some drama," said the prince.
The second-in-line to the British throne chatted to injured rugby players and their families when he attended a reception hosted by the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust at Cardiff's Principality Stadium, formerly known as the Millennium Stadium.
Speaking to guests the Prince revealed that having two children under the age of three can sometimes be a handful. "No broken bones yet, but they’re trying," joked the 33-year-old. "[They’re] running around, pushing things, jumping. Please tell me it gets easier."
During the reception, that was held before the Wales versus France Six Nations game, William also joked about his sporting rivalry with his brother Prince Harry. When asked whether he teased his brother about England’s poor performance in the World Cup, the Duke laughed and replied: "Yes, don’t worry, we had some interesting conversations!"
William flew to Wales from Norfolk
after working shifts as an air ambulance pilot from Monday to Thursday. The father-of-two was delighted to be back in Wales telling BBC correspondent Sonia McLaughlin: "I love my rugby. Having lived in Wales for four years, worked here and seen the rugby I’m thrilled to be back. When the Welsh anthem goes, you know you are in Cardiff."
As Vice Royal Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union William then chatted to several former Welsh rugby players and their guests before taking his seat to watch the match. The Duke looked animated and excited throughout the game and was no doubt delighted with the final score as Wales took the victory, beating France 19-10.