Princess Charlotte copied Queen's wave at Trooping The Colour

Lawrence Kim
June 13, 2018

The playful photos did spark some backlash on social media, however, as some people thought George's toy gun was an innappropriate choice.

But while many criticized the fact that the little prince was allowed to play with a plastic gun, the debate has been ongoing as others have risen to the defense of children playing with such toys. "THAT is #girlpower", one person wrote.

While Prince George and Princess Charlotte grabbed all the attention during last weekend's Trooping the Colour, Prince Louis was nowhere to be seen (most likely sleeping soundly somewhere back at Kensington Palace).

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

Her mother Kate picked up on the adorable moment and looked over her shoulder to William to alert him to what their daughter was up to. This isn't the first time Savannah has teased her younger cousin, as she also stole the show at Trooping the Colour after putting her hand over his mouth while he sang the National Anthem.

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GETTYPrincess Eugenie Posted an image of her father at the Trooping of the Colour on Instagram

This isn't okay anymore. My American side here, biased maybe because of everyday #gunviolence in U.S., but my British side agrees. No child in this day and age should look at any gun as a fun toy.

This was the only disappointing thing about today's polo match photos.

Part of the event was an open house for the emergency services that included an air ambulance vehicle that interested Prince George. "It's not the best toy to throw into the diaper bag".

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!).

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