(It appears that George, who asked for a toy police auto for Christmas, is still very interested in law enforcement.) While it's not unusual whatsoever for kids to play pretend, some people are taking issue with Middleton for allowing him to play with a toy that looks so similar to a real-life gun.
So feel free to drop by any branch during your lunch break to cop the exact same dress that Kate was wearing while watching Prince William play at a charity match.
One person wrote: 'This was the only disappointing thing about today's polo match photos.More news: Dwane Casey to Coach Pistons
"Sad to see George playing with a gun with the whole country has a gun/knife crime situation", another said. Maybe in training for killing wild life in later years.
Prince George will be king someday, but that doesn't make him immune to a little teasing from his older cousin, Savannah Phillips. Better if he was seen playing with a toy vehicle or football.
Never one to leave out great accessories, the British royal completed the outfit with a structured white Victoria Beckham tote and Russell and Bromley espadrille wedges (a smart move for walking on grass!). The little ones were clearly excited to be out and about after attending Queen Elizabeth's more formal Trooping the Colour the day before.More news: Supreme Court Upholds Ohio Rules for Purge of Voting Rolls
The event, which costs up to £150 (about $200) per ticket, raises funds for two charitable causes: the Royal Marsden, of which Prince William serves as president, and Centrepoint, of which he is a patron.
The toddlers were photographed running around at the Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury, Gloucestershire on Sunday. 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 young royal wore the Jersey polo shirt and shorts set, the Prince has previously been seen in a green version of the top but wore navy for the occasion.More news: Xiaomi Debuts the Redmi Y2