Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Kate Middleton goof around at the polo

Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Kate Middleton goof around at the polo

The duchess proved her savvy shopping skills yet again today, stepping out in a relatively cheap Zara dress alongside Prince George and Princess Charlotte to watch Prince William compete for the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy.

The Cambridge children were out and about this weekend.

Another said, "Prince George sitting out in the sun playing with toy guns and water pistols like every other normal child in the world is not the problem, it's the freaks who actually think it's newsworthy enough to pass comment and who are dying to be offended by it who are the problem".

The ceremony saw the royals come out in full attendance barring the absence of Prince Philip and the youngest royal Prince Louis.

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'Maybe in training for killing wild life in later years. Better if he was seen playing with a toy auto or football. Sadly the royals will never change'.

Kate was just like any other mom as she cuddled her kids on the sidelines and then hurried after them as they ran off to play.

Princess Charlotte threw a small tantrum at one point but it was still pretty adorable.

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.

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The match, which will see the Maserati team take on the Dhamani 1969 side, is part of the two-day Gloucestershire Festival of Polo, hosted by Beaufort Polo Club from 9th-10th June. Tickets to the event were on sale to the public and included access to a traditional fun fair plus all the usual rural exhibitions and demonstrations.

The first day of the event, a highlight of the equestrian calendar, was attended by the likes of Carol Vorderman, Lisa Maxwell and Richard Hammond.

Lest you think that Prince William was the main attraction of a polo match that he played in, think again.

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