Watch Princess Charlotte entertain mum Kate Middleton with a roly-poly

GETTY REUTERSWilliam and Kate's daughter Princess Charlotte tapped her fingers in time with the National Anthem

GETTY REUTERSWilliam and Kate's daughter Princess Charlotte tapped her fingers in time with the National Anthem

The Duchess of Cambridge and her two elder children were attending the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club, where Prince William was taking part in the polo match.

As they took to Buckingham Palace balcony today to watch the annual fly-over at 1pm, all eyes were on the royal siblings and they didn't disappoint.

Kate, George and Charlotte's appearance at the polo match came just a day after they joined the Queen at the Trooping the Colour parade on Saturday.

The four-year-old prince, who makes us go aww with his mischievous expressions, was standing alongside Princess Charlotte and cousin Savannah Phillips, who were busy enjoying the show.

The family looked relaxed and happy as they sat in the grass at Beaufort Polo Club on Sunday, with Princes Charlotte showing off her best gymnastic skills.

George and his friends were spotted playing with some toy guns. The young princess later settled in for a cuddle in her mum's lap.

The Cambridge children were joined by cousins Savannah and Isla Phillips, who made headlines over the weekend thanks to their sassy Trooping the Colour antics.

Princess Charlotte threw a small tantrum at one point but it was still pretty adorable.

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

George could be seen occupying himself with a rainbow slinky, toy guns and a kids' polo set, and rifling through Mum's handbag (naturally).

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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