George and Charlotte goof off at William's polo match

Royal Family during Trooping the Colour

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

No one was having more fun at the parade than Philips, who's the daughter of Autumn Phillips and Peter Phillips (the son of Princess Anne and the Queen's oldest grandson).

It looks as though the toy gun came as part of a classic "police set" as the youngsters can also be seen with a plastic baton and some handcuffs and Prince George is known to have a fascination with the police and emergency services. Thought he was a sensitive child.

"Another chimed in, "#PrinceGeorge playing with a toy gun!

Princess Charlotte wore the Amelia floral print cotton dress from the store, the sleeveless cotton creation has a gorgeous pastel print on it and is fully lined, it also has a zipper fastening for "fuss-free changing".

This was Prince George, Princess Charlotte and mum Kate Middleton's first public appearance since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. At one point, George imitated his dad by hitting balls with a miniature polo mallet while Charlotte plunked down on her mom's lap for a cuddle.

George was no doubt delighted to be reunited with his cousin Savannah, who on Saturday was pictured cheekily covering his mouth with her hand as they watched the Red Arrows flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Prince William was competing in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy in order to raise funds for both Royal Marsden Cancer Charity and Centrepoint, a foundation aimed at helping homeless young people.

The Duchess was making a surprise outing at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire on Sunday.

Tickets cost up to £150 a head for the event, described by organisers as a "special day out" and featuring rural demonstrations, a tented "shopping village" and traditional funfair.

The kids also got to play polo themselves.



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