Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Savannah Phillips at Beaufort Polo Club

Princess Charlotte and Savannah Phillips

Princess Charlotte and Savannah Phillips

Kate took two out of three of the little royals to the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at Beaufort Polo Club to raise funds for the Royal Marsden cancer hospital and Centrepoint, a homelessness charity.

Princess Charlotte performed some gymnastics barefoot for the crowd while her big brother George showed off some of his artwork and played with his slinky.

But all eyes were on the youngest royals who stole the show at the parade - particularly the delightful banter between Prince George and his cousin Savannah Phillips.

However, there was one element of the Sunday summer scene which seemed out of place: Prince George, 4, was spotted wielding a rather realistic toy gun. Kate Middleton (A.K.A The Duchess of Cambridge) is known for her super stylish wardrobe and as one of the most fashionable royals, it's only right her mini-me follows in her footsteps.

The choice to allow children to play with toy guns is "intensely personal", says Deborah Gilboa, MD, a parenting and youth development expert.

The comfortable dress made it possible for Kate to chase the kids and keep them from running onto the polo field.

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Twitter account Elegantroyals added: 'This was the only disappointing thing about today's polo match.

The family aren't strangers to weaponry, with George's dad and uncle both having served time in the military - and lets not forget that the royals also hunt using guns, so maybe he's just getting himself a headstart. Just a day before, the family attendied the Trooping the Colour ceremony - so were likely happy to enjoy a more relaxed day out on the Sunday.

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.

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

There was no sign of Prince Louis, who was born last month.

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