In commemoration of Prince Charles' 70th birthday, the world got brand new insight into the future monarch.
The Prince of Wales released not only a series of photographs to celebrate the momentous occasion, but was also captured in a brand new BBC documentary Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70, which showed just how much the royal adores his grandchildren.
And now the doting father-of-two has shared his views on what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will name their first-born.
A new official royal portrait of Prince Charles, painted by highly-acclaimed Australian artist Ralph Heimans, was unveiled in London.
Joined by his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall at Australia House, the 70-year-old opened up about the new painting.
However, the royal quickly moved the conversation to that of Harry and Meghan.
“My son Harry tells me that during their recent tour of Australia he and his wife were offered thoughtful suggestions for the naming of their baby.”
"Just between us, I suspect Kylie and Shane may possibly make the shortlist," he jokingly told the audience.
"But ladies and gentlemen I would not hold your breath for Edna or Les."
“I find it hard to believe I first visited Australia more than 54 years ago. I’ve taken such pride in seeing her go from strength to strength, at home, in the region, and on the world stage.”
The event included iconic Australians like Alexander Downer and Barry Humphries - who the Prince jokingly said, “I am so glad you still exist.”
Watch the video below: