Kate Middleton's $70 Zara dress is already sold out

Sergio Cunningham
June 13, 2018

George, 4, and Charlotte, 3, were seen running, jumping and laughing as they and their mom, Princess Kate, supported Prince William at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at Beaufort Polo Club. Hopefully, this is a tell-tale sign of some more summer antics from George and Charlotte.

Okay, okay, slight exaggeration but it is refreshing to see the royal family having a day out just like anyone else. "She seemed to say to [the kids], 'First to the polo field is the winner!' She was trying to get them exhausted before they had to get back in the auto to leave".

Several photos of Prince George playing with a toy gun on Sunday sparked a heated debate on social media.

While Prince William trotted about on a horse and smacked a ball with a mallet, Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte all relaxed on the grass. Her chestnut locks were partially pulled back by a pair of sunglasses atop her head, while a simple silver watch and her sparkling engagement ring elevated the casual weekend look.

After winning Brexit compromise, UK's pro-EU rebels fear betrayal
One government official said: "It's not over yet". "It's the Labour Party in Opposition which is trying to frustrate Brexit. Brexiteers fear it is a Trojan horse to frustrate Brexit and bind the prime minister's hands.

"For the royal family, that big appearance on the Buckingham balcony during the Trooping the Colour is a huge deal", said ABC News royal contributor Imogen Lloyd Webber.

Royalists were soon to share their amusement at the happenings, comparing Savanah's actions to those of Harry as a child, when he covered cousin Beatrice's mouth to stop her from talking three decades ago. He and Kate also spent time playing with a rainbow slinky.

Even an opinion piece in The Huffington Post assured parents in the aftermath that allowing (specifically) young boys to play with guns would not make them grow up to be psychopaths.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article

FOLLOW OUR NEWSPAPER