Prince Harry has jokingly revealed how many children he wants ... or more specifically, how many children he doesn't want!
The ginger Prince and his bride, Meghan Markle have been busy with their first international tour as a married couple, meeting and greeting the people of Britan's close neighbours, Ireland.
During the third day of the couple's Irish tour, while meeting royal fans in Dublin, Harry was questioned about his plans to start a family.
One brave woman didn't hold back when it came to asking the Prince the big question on everyone's mind right now.
"My husband also has red hair and he gave me five children — when are you and Meghan going to get going?"
People report that the woman, 43-year-old Elaine Adam-Stewart, was answered with laughter from the newly wedded royal.
"He laughed and said 'five children? — too many'," the mother of five told the publication.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been open about the fact they want a family, but have both said they're taking things one step at a time.
These two just can't escape showing off their clucky side.
Proving yet again that they'll make fantastic parents, Prince Harry was captured playfully telling off an Irish tot who cheekily grabbed at Meghan Markle's hair and face during their tour of Dublin.
Can you blame the toddler?
Prince Harry playfully pointed his finger at the sweet little boy and the royal couple shared a laugh with three-year-old Walter Kieran's father, who was holding his son at the time of the encounter.
While the pair may shut down pregnancy chatter for now, it is very clear the couple is feeling clucky.
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