Prince Harry says the ''pressure is off'' him having kids now that his nephew Prince George has been born.
Harry's older brother Prince William and his wife Duchess Catherine recently welcomed their first child, the future heir to the British throne, and Harry, 28, says his father Prince Charles is so happy to become a grandfather he won't be badgering Harry to settle down and have children.
He said: ''My father is over the moon to be a grandfather.''
When asked if he plans to have kids soon, Harry answered: ''No, he's got one [grandchild] now it will be fine. The pressure's off now.''
When asked previously what his mission was as an uncle, Harry said: ''To make sure he has a good upbringing, and keep him out of harm's way and to make sure he has fun.
''The rest I'll leave to the parents.''
William and Catherine welcomed their son, whose full name is Prince George Alexander Louis, into the world at St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London, at 16:24pm on July 22 and left the following day.
The Duke, Duchess and Prince of Cambridge left Kensington Palace later that week and are now staying at the home of Catherine's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, in Bucklebury, Berkshire, South East England.
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