Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Antoinette Montgomery

Kate Middleton perfected summer style in a $70 Zara dress


His wife the Duchess of Cambridge took their eldest children Prince George and Princess Charlotte out to support their royal dad as he participated in the game at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire on Sunday, June 10.

As soon as the photos reached the interwebs, that's when Twitter lit up with criticism.

A shy Prince George, four, looked on as his outgoing sister Princess Charlotte, three, attempted hand stands, and Kate was seen getting stuck in as she rand around playing with the youngsters.

But pictures from the day depicting George brandishing a toy gun cast a shadow on an otherwise happy day.

Catch his reaction above. Markle even briefly stole the spotlight when she and sister-in-law Kate Middleton flawlessly curtsied in unison to the Queen.

The moment has been captured, with people going gaga over this royal Tow Sawyer-like child, also giving a flawless throwback to the time Prince Harry shared a similar moment with Princess Beatrice. My American side here, biased maybe because of everyday #gunviolence in United States of America, but my British side agrees.

But photos immediately after show Kate was actually running to greet England polo player Malcolm Borwick, who appeared to be beckoning her from beside the white marquees a few metres from the grass bank.

"In this context - a public event that invites the public to participate - it's risky to allow a toy gun, because many people look to the family for compassion and leadership", Gilboa tells Yahoo Lifestyle.

'Maybe in training for killing wild life in later years.

Giving us deja vu today, Savannah and George have unconsciously replicated the incident, showing just how times have changed, but the antics of young British Royals haven't.

There's a comforting feeling when we spot a member of the royal family dressed in brands we normally shop-and nope, we're not talking about designer this time.

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