Prince George will be king someday, but that doesn't make him immune to a little teasing from his older cousin, Savannah Phillips.
In case you missed it, Prince George and his cousin Savannah Phillips were involved in a hilarious moment on Saturday (9 June) during the Buckingham Palace balcony element of the annual Trooping the Colour celebrations.
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However, there was one element of the Sunday summer scene which seemed out of place: Prince George, 4, was spotted wielding a rather realistic toy gun.
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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. Her youngest child, Louis, was nowhere to be seen, leaving many to assume that he was being cared for at home by the children's nanny Maria.
The comfortable dress made it possible for Kate to chase the kids and keep them from running onto the polo field.
But it was Princess Charlotte who really stole the show on the day, putting on a cheeky display for mum Catherine and the family's close friends, during the match.
The moment has been captured, with people going gaga over this royal Tow Sawyer-like child, also giving a flawless throwback to the time Prince Harry shared a similar moment with Princess Beatrice.
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However, many also rushed to defend Prince George and his parents, pointing out that the young royal will one day be Commander-in-Chief of the British Armed Forces. The kids also got to play polo themselves.
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