Prince George and Princess Charlotte Play at Polo Event

Lewis Collier
June 13, 2018

Prince George will be king someday, but that doesn't make him immune to a little teasing from his older cousin, Savannah Phillips.

The kids also were content to entertain themselves, as Prince George smiled while playing with a dark-blue toy gun.

There's a comforting feeling when we spot a member of the royal family dressed in brands we normally shop-and nope, we're not talking about designer this time.

"If she wanted, Kate could disappear into the background until October!"

Commenting on Prince Louis' next appearance, with the Royal tot not being seen at Meghan and Harry's wedding, Fitzwilliams added: "His Christening, reportedly in the summer, is likely to be when he is next seen".

Princess Charlotte had a great fall but Kate Middleton saved the day.

Kate Middleton takes George and Charlotte to watch William in polo match

It seems that the source of the families laughter Sunday came from no other than Princess Charlotte.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge attend the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club, June 10, 2018, in Gloucester, England. This isn't the first time Savannah has teased her younger cousin, as she also stole the show at Trooping the Colour after putting her hand over his mouth while he sang the National Anthem.

The Trooping the Colour, held annually to celebrate the Queen's 92nd birthday, whose true birthday is on April 21, was celebrated by 1,400 soldiers, 200 horse, 400 musicians, and hundreds of onlookers.

Although the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the subjects of this criticism rather than their 4-year-old son himself, it marks the beginning of a life in which no action of the future monarch's will pass without intense media scrutiny.

Luckily for the little royals, after behaving well on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, they were able to enjoy a fun day out at the with their mum Kate and let off some steam.

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