Kate Middleton's €50 dress that Zara can not keep in stock

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 proved her savvy shopping skills yet again today, stepping out in a relatively cheap Zara dress alongside Prince George and Princess Charlotte to watch Prince William compete for the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy.

The Duchess of Cambridge was like any mum on a day out, with small children lounging all over her!

Photos from the royals' trip to Gloucestershire show Charlotte entertaining mum Kate and big brother Prince George with quite the gymnastics display - including a roly-poly and a headstand!

The rest of her time was spent like any other young mum on a day out with the kids - untangling the Slinky, re-tying shoe laces and comforting Prince George when all the excitement became a bit much and he got a little teary.

Little Charlotte looked adorable in a pink dress and navy trainers as she rolled around in the grass, while Kate Middleton looked effortlessly chic in a light blue dress and pair of rope wedges.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and their cousin Savannah Phillips stole the show at this year's Trooping the Colour.

She took in the match with cousin-in-law Autumn Phillips, who brought her children as well.

Charlotte and George were reunited with their cousins.

Harry had placed his hand on little Beatrice's mouth to stop her from talking, while late Princess Diana watched him from behind-just like Prince William watched Savannah and George-making us really nostalgic.

One person wrote: 'This was the only disappointing thing about today's polo match photos.

The baby prince was also absent from the Royal Family's balcony appearance on Saturday afternoon.

Prince George kept Kate entertained.

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