Photos of Prince George playing with toy gun spark heated debate

A shy Prince George, four, looked on as his outgoing sister Princess Charlotte, three, attempted hand stands, and Kate was seen getting stuck in as she rand around playing with the youngsters.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Kate Middleton enjoyed a day out at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy, Tetbury over the weekend, but people are unhappy about the selection of toys the little royals had to play with.

As the royal family (including the new Duchess of Sussex!) gathered to watched the planes fly past the palace, Phillips and George started goofing off a bit.

The 3-year-old royal was photographed showing off her acrobatic skills to her mother, Kate Middleton, and her big brother, Prince George, 4, at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire.

The world got to see a less serious side of Kate on Sunday.


The last time we saw George and Savannah together, they were stealing the show at Trooping the Colour over the weekend. Known to wear budget-friendly pieces, the Duchess wore an oxford blue and white off the shoulder dress from Zara that retails for just $69.99.

Back in 1990, the then-six-year-old took it upon himself to silence his younger cousin Princess Beatrice during the Battle of Britain 50th Anniversary Parade.

The royal family are the subject of criticism this week after pictures were published of Prince George brandishing a toy gun at a polo match. Aside from her acrobatic routine, Charlotte put her sunglasses on while she ran around the field.

While sitting on the sidelines at the polo match, Princess Charlotte resourcefully used the grassy landscape to practice her headstands and show off some tumbling moves. He and Kate also spent time playing with a rainbow slinky.

But it seems the Duchess of Cambridge has snubbed pricey labels in favour of a high street bargain for George and Charlotte's summer wardrobe.

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