Kate Middleton takes George and Charlotte to watch William in polo match

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During the daytime event, George and Charlotte stole the show as they ran through the grass playing tag, hopped over wooden beams, and figured out how exactly a slinky can provide entertainment.

Many took to social media to criticize the royals' toy choice given the increase of gun violence. But the Duchess of Cambridge doesn't only dress in designer duds, as she proved at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy match on June 10.

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From Prince George's naughty expressions to the heart-warming wave Princess Charlotte bestows upon the onlookers, the little munchkins have become a source of happiness to many. The pushing incident came on the heels of Savannah publicly teasing George in a different way just one day earlier. The midi length and waist tie further flatter the frame, making this an easy choice for a Sunday family outing.

The Duchess of Cambridge said that these days out with the kids are the best of her life, and they are priceless.

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Princess Charlotte in particular, already known for her impeccable and charming foreign diplomacy skills despite her young age, proved to be the star of the show with some playful antics.

Savannah and Prince George were also the talk of Saturday 9 June's Trooping The Colour ceremony.

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Savannah, 7, first pretended she was conducting music as the national anthem played and then put her hand over the mouth of George, who appeared to be singing along, as if to quiet him.

As the royal family (including the new Duchess of Sussex!) gathered to watched the planes fly past the palace, Phillips and George started goofing off a bit.

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The incident brought back memories of the 2016 Trooping the Colour when William, 36, was scolded by Queen Elizabeth to stand up.

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