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Prince George and Princess Charlotte Play During Prince William's Polo Match

Prince George and Princess Charlotte Play During Prince William's Polo Match

Four-year-old George, dressed in beige shorts and a navy top, was seen playing with a colourful Slinky and taking aim at his friends with a toy gun.

If the Duchess of Sussex had done this, she would be excoriated in the media! But the Duchess of Cambridge doesn't only dress in designer duds, as she proved at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy match on June 10.

The fun-loving princess has been showing off her playful side recently, waving to crowds while meeting her baby brother Prince Louis at the Lindo wing, and while fulfilling her bridesmaid duties during uncle Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle.

In April, she charmed fans when she accompanied her father and brother to the Lindo Wing to meet Prince Louis for the first time and began waving as soon as she stepped out of the family vehicle. The royal family sat on a grassy bank at the Beaufort Polo Club, as George tried to catch his balance and join his sister at the top of the hill.

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Just this weekend, the Duchess of Cambridge attended a polo event to support her husband, Prince William, and brought the kids along to have a casual Sunday, says Town & Country. As crowds sang God Save The Queen, Savannah put her hand over the mouth of Prince George, causing many people to dub it the funniest moment of the day.

Footage, which has been posted to Twitter by royal fans, shows the youngster clapping as the family stood on the balcony after the traditional fly past. She sported a pair of oversized shades and tried to do a somersault, which left a smile on Middleton's face.

While the royal family enjoyed a relaxed afternoon, they sported more formal garb yesterday for the Trooping the Colour parade in London.