George, Charlotte and royal kids steal the show on Palace balcony

Princess Charlotte and Savannah Phillips

Princess Charlotte and Savannah Phillips

George, four, and Charlotte, three, didn't spend much time cheering their dad on, focusing instead on goofing around.

After all the pompousness and fuss of the Trooping the Colour, the royals put on a more relaxed display at the polo on Sunday, with the Duchess of Cambridge bringing her two children to watch their father, Prince William, take part in the Maserati Royal charity polo game.

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. A pink floral dress paired with bare feet completed Charlotte's attire, and the future King of England wore his signature shorts, a navy blue polo, and comfy sneakers.

The third-in-line to the throne was photographed playing with the gun with a friend in the grass. Both William and his brother will participate in many charitable polo matches throughout the summer - which means there will be plenty more opportunities to see Kate Middleton while she's still on official leave!

Low-heeled wedges and a casual dress meant Catherine had no problem bounding down the hill after Prince George.

Of course Princess Charlotte stole the show as she made a decision to do a headstand in the grass, leaving her mum giggling.

The royals were joined by their cousin, the now infamous Savannah Phillips, who shushed George on the balcony of Buckingham Palace just one day earlier during the Queen's 92nd birthday celebrations.

Prince George was seen playing with a policeman's kit, as his obsession with officers shows no sign of abating.

Savannah was also at the polo, along with her sister Isla, with the pair playing with George and Charlotte.

The cute family photos appeared online shortly afterwards but not everyone was impressed with little George's choice of toy.

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