George and Charlotte goof off at William's polo match

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

While all eyes were on Meghan making her Buckingham Palace balcony debut, it was George, Charlotte and Princess Anne's granddaughter, Savannah Phillips, who stole the show. 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!

At one point, mischievous Charlotte made Kate and Autumn Phillips collapse into fits of giggles as she performed an impressive headstand, while a shy George watched on.

"Completely tone deaf of Kate.to give Prince George a toy gun".

Another tweet said it wasn't acceptable for Prince George to be playing with toy guns as people had died in incidents where children ostensibly played with toys which turned out to be real guns.

One comment said: "This was the only disappointing thing about today's polo match photos".

The family were pictured as The Duke of Cambridge took part in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, on Sunday afternoon.

And while Kate Middleton shocked royal fans by wearing a dress from high-street brand Zara, the mum of three also dressed her children in affordable clothing for the royal event.

George also spent a good portion of time playing with a giant rainbow-coloured slinky, and chasing his younger sister around.

Savannah, 7, first pretended she was conducting music as the national anthem played and then put her hand over the mouth of George, who appeared to be singing along, as if to quiet him.

The young royal wore the Jersey polo shirt and shorts set, the Prince has previously been seen in a green version of the top but wore navy for the occasion.

The family was out after melting hearts at the Queen's Trooping the Colour birthday celebrations.

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