Best photos of Kate, William, George and Charlotte at King's Cup regatta

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Charlotte was with her mum, the Duchess of Cambridge, at a regatta event in Cowes, Isle of Wight. After competing in the King's Cup charity race on Thursday, August 8, Kate Middleton brought her oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, out to wave to the crowds above the prize-giving stage.

Kate and William are sporting shorts for the event, and could be seen getting in some last-minute training ahead of the race which started after 2.30pm, 30 minutes later than scheduled.

Princess Charlotte has had her fair share of cheeky moments.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge competed today in The King's Cup on the Isle of Wight, and Prince George was there to support his parents.

According to Express, a year ago she insisted one poor pap wasn't invited to Prince Louis' christening at St George's Chapel, telling the man: "You're not coming!"

William's charities that competed were: Child Bereavement UK, Centrepoint, the London Air Ambulance Charity 30th Anniversary Campaign, and Tusk.

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William's boat finished the race third while Kate came in seventh in the first race. Her older brother, Prince George, who just turned 6, was close by, rocking a black-and-white striped shirt. Their Royal Highnesses are joined by Fara Williams for @centrepointuk, Dan Snow for @ldnairamb, Bear Grylls for @tusk_org, John Bishop for @actiononaddiction, Katie Thistleton for @_place2be, and Helen Glover for @afnccf.

The pair have often advocated sport, undertaking work to highlight the positive impact it can have.

Kate Middleton competed in the sailing regatta, as did Prince William.

"It's the taking part that counts", the official Kensington Royal Instagram page joked, alongside side two photographs of an embarrassed Catherine being awarded her spoon.

Members of the public can watch the race from the SailGP Race Village along the Cowes foreshore, which is free to access and includes an 800-seat grandstand.

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