The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared details about life with baby son Archie when they visited Windsor's Broom Farm army estate.

They told military families that he is beginning to crawl and has his first two teeth.

Harry and Meghan met families from the Welsh Guards, Coldstream Guards and Household Cavalry on Wednesday last week when they visited a regular coffee morning at Broom Farm Community Centre.

The majority of the Coldstream Guards are on exercise in Kenya and a large proportion of the Welsh Guards are coming to the end of a long deployment to the Falklands.

Harry, who served for 10 years as an Army officer, said he was in awe of military families holding it together back home, saying: "It's unbelievably hard. I have so much respect and admiration for anyone who has to deal with that."

Meghan shared stories about Archie with Amy Thompson, whose husband Brad is attached to the Welsh Guards.

Ms Thompson said: "My daughter Aeris is the same age as Archie and we talked about weaning and the children beginning to crawl - she's just a normal mum and it was like talking to a friend."

As Meghan crouched down to meet some of the youngsters outside, she revealed how her son had cut his first teeth.

The duchess chatted to one toddler, who was clutching a rose for her, and told her: "Yes. Look at all your good teeth."

She added: "Archie just got two teeth. Two tiny ones, right there," pointing to the middle of her own bottom row.

Army spouse Leigh Smith took her eight-year-old daughter Molly to meet the royal visitors and the youngster said: "Meghan promised not to tell anyone that I was off school. She asked me who my best friend was."

Ms Smith added: "We had a party when Harry and Meghan got married and we've followed their story ever since, so it was an amazing experience for Molly to shake hands with them. It's really special and a lovely boost for the whole community."