George and Charlotte goof off at William's polo match

Jun 12, 2018, 02:57
George and Charlotte goof off at William's polo match

Four-year-old Prince George was photographed playing with a toy gun at a polo match on Sunday, sending social media into a frenzy over whether or not children should be able to have fake weapons.

The Royal siblings were pictured frolicking on the green grass on the sidelines of the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy in Gloucester, UK as their delighted looking mum Kate Middleton watched on.

That much became obvious this week when new pics of Middleton, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte playing in the park emerged.

The littlest Princess, wearing some pretty sunglasses, left her mum in fits of giggles later on, as she attempted a headstand near the grassy verge the Duchess was sat on.

Both he and Harry will be competing in a number of games in the name of charity in the coming weeks and we can't wait to see more of the fam relaxing, smiling and way away from the rigid formality of the palace.

Giving us deja vu today, Savannah and George have unconsciously replicated the incident, showing just how times have changed, but the antics of young British Royals haven't.

The duchess proved her savvy shopping skills yet again today, stepping out in a relatively affordable Zara dress alongside Prince George and Princess Charlotte to watch Prince William compete for the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy.

Kate then congratulated the rest of the team at the Beaufort Polo Club with hugs - and more kisses - as she weaved her way to her husband, Prince William.

George also spent a good portion of time playing with a giant rainbow-coloured slinky, and chasing his younger sister around.

However, several people on Twitter have shared their outrage as one of the toys Prince George was playing with was a toy gun.

The royals' casual outing came just one day after they played a formal role at Trooping the Colour, the official celebration of Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday. Crowds assembled outside the palace lawns to watch the Trooping the Colour ceremony which saw several musicians, about a 1,000 soldiers march together and a stunning flypast by the Royal Air Force.

There was no sign of Prince Louis, who was born last month.

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