Prince George Reveals Missing Front Teeth While Watching His Parents Compete in the King's Cup Regatta
Prince George and Princess Charlotte tagged along to cheer for their mom and dad, who competed in a charity sailing race on Thursday.
Two little royals made their way to Thursday’s King’s Cup charity event to cheer for their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Six-year-old Prince George and four-year-old Princess Charlotte were among the spectators of the sailing race as their grandpa and grandma Middleton watched over them.
Everyone aboard the boat wore life vests for safety, including the royal siblings. Prince Louis, 1, was also in the Isle of Wight charity event, although he wasn’t together with his older siblings.
George looked adorable as he flashed a wide smile that showed his missing two front teeth. He sported a captain’s hat and a striped H&M polo shirt that matched his mothers. On the other hand, Charlotte wore a dainty Ralph Lauren dress with a collar.
THE KING’S CUP
The event was hosted by the royals to raise funds for different charities, including the Child Bereavement UK, the Royal Foundation, and eight of their patronages. William and Middleton went against skippers of other sailing boats, representing their charity.
⛵ Thank you to everyone that took part in The King's Cup, raising awareness and funds for eight of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Patronages! pic.twitter.com/cbNo4HxAdv— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) August 8, 2019
Middleton looked radiant as she enjoyed the friendly competition that took place in the afternoon of Thursday after Friday’s weather had a bad forecast.
The first King’s Cup trophy saw daylight in 1920 after being presented by King George V and was competed for in the recent event by Prince William and Kate Middleton, along with other celebrities. Bear Grylls won this year’s race as the royal’s congratulated him at the prize-giving ceremony.
🏆 Congratulations @tusk_org and @BearGrylls, winners of The King's Cup!— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) August 8, 2019
🥇 @tusk_org | @BearGrylls
🥈 @LDNairamb | @thehistoryguy
🥉 @centrepointuk | @fara_williams47 | @cbukhelp | The Duke of Cambridge pic.twitter.com/tU1ARNFWqS
THE BEAUTIFUL DUCHESS
Middleton looked radiant as she enjoyed the friendly competition that took place in the afternoon of Thursday after Friday’s weather had a bad forecast. She wore a white polo top that matched everyone else, and navy blue shorts.
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It’s race day! 🏁 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with The King’s Cup charity ambassadors, before the competitive spirit kicks in 🏆 at today’s inaugural regatta. The King’s Cup is raising awareness and funds for eight of Their Royal Highnesses’ patronages. In this year’s race ⛵ The Duke is competing on behalf of @childbereavementuk and The Duchess on behalf of the Early Years programme delivered by The Royal Foundation. Their Royal Highnesses are joined by Fara Williams for @centrepointuk, Dan Snow for @ldnairamb, Bear Grylls for @tusk_org, John Bishop for @actiononaddiction, Katie Thistleton for @_place2be, and Helen Glover for @afnccf. Their Royal Highnesses hope that The King’s Cup will become an annual event, bringing greater awareness to the wider benefits of sport, whilst also raising support and funds for the causes that The Duke and Duchess support. Visit the link in our bio to find out more.
The mom-of-three also kept her hair up in a ponytail and went for a subtle makeup look -- brown eye-shadow, a light base, and nude lipstick, keeping it simple yet elegant.