Published: Wed, June 13, 2018

Prince George and Princess Charlotte Play During Prince William's Polo Match

Prince George and Princess Charlotte Play During Prince William's Polo Match

Little George couldn't help but be shocked when seven-year-old Savannah got exhausted of the royal trying to sit with her and gave him a little push which sent him tumbling down the grassy hill, dropping his drawing.

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

Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge during the Festival of Polo at the Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England, June 10, 2018. We wonder what she was looking for?

In April, she charmed fans when she accompanied her father and brother to the Lindo Wing to meet Prince Louis for the first time and began waving as soon as she stepped out of the family vehicle.

Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3, may have fancy royal titles and live at Kensington Palace, but aside from those distinct differences, they're just like all other kids.

Princess Charlotte in particular, already known for her impeccable and charming foreign diplomacy skills despite her young age, proved to be the star of the show with some playful antics.

Cambridge Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge at the Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury Gloucestershire England UK

Charlotte and George made the most of their day out.

She was also seen relaxing in Kate's lap and climbing up a bank with her mother.

The Duchess didn't only cheer up George this weekend, at Trooping the Colour, she had to comfort Charlotte too. The little ones were clearly excited to be out and about after attending Queen Elizabeth's more formal Trooping the Colour the day before.

Footage, which has been posted to Twitter by royal fans, shows the youngster clapping as the family stood on the balcony after the traditional fly past.

Sitting on a grass slope together, Savannah, 7, was pictured with her arm around Charlotte.


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