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Prince George plays with toy gun at the polo

Kate Middleton comforting Princess Charlotte EPAThe Duchess of Cambridge gave Princess Charlotte a hug after her fall on the balcony
Adrian Cunningham | 13 June, 2018, 07:30

Do you let your children play with them and should the royal family have let Prince George? The cutest photos of the royal family yet.

Princess Charlotte, on the other hand, was too busy making her mom laugh during Sunday's polo event.

Sure Kate Middleton is the Duchess of Cambridge, but she is also a mother-of-three who finds herself on casual outings with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and now Prince Louis.

Back in 1990, the then-six-year-old took it upon himself to silence his younger cousin Princess Beatrice during the Battle of Britain 50th Anniversary Parade.

Neither did he put in an appearance at his uncle Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle-in fact, we haven't seen him since he was held on the steps of the hospital where he was born on April 23. The cheeky 3-year-old at one point showed off her handstand skills putting her mom into a fit of laughter.

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Another person commented that while "Prince George might be our future King", Savannah "decides she's the boss on the balcony". The comfortable dress made it possible for Kate to chase the kids and keep them from running onto the polo field.

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Catherine The Duchess of Cambridge at the Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England, June 10, 2018.

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, rarely makes waves, but photos of her son Prince George firing a toy gun have caused outrage on social media.

However, Peter and Autumn Phillips' daughter isn't the first royal child to pull that very move on the palace balcony. Crowds assembled outside the palace lawns to watch the Trooping the Colour ceremony which saw several musicians, about a 1,000 soldiers march together and a stunning flypast by the Royal Air Force. William was always scheduled to play in the match, but it was not known whether Kate and the children would join.