Prince George and Princess Charlotte stole the show at father's polo match
The Royal siblings delighted onlookers with their antics on Sunday when the family gathered to watch Prince William play in the Maserati Polo match.
Time reported that the Duke of Cambridge wasn't the main attraction of the polo match as expected. Instead, the adorable Princess Charlotte commanded all the attention.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte were cheering from the sidelines, and Princess Charlotte was most certainly the star of the show.
The 3-year-old Princess showed off her gymnastic skills by doing handstands and chasing Prince George around the grassy landscape.
Princess Charlotte manages to escape the clutches of her mother The Duchess of Cambridge as they watch their father Prince William play @polobeaufort @MaseratiGB Royal Charity Polo Trophy #Royals pic.twitter.com/YyUOztR33S— Rookie (@royalfocus1) June 10, 2018
Princess Charlotte, you little ICON 🤩 pic.twitter.com/WiLBy9ok1p— lauren✨ (@crownqueenkate) June 10, 2018
Prince George also had the opportunity to play with his cousins, and Princess Charlotte's playful antics seemed to have lifted the young Prince's spirits.
Earlier that day, Prince George was teary and visibly upset about something, and Catherine had to comfort him, according to Haper's Bazaar.
A Royal photographer for Rex Shutterstock who is known for covering the British Royal family captured a few photos of Charlotte even running away from Duchess Catherine.
Love this. Princess Charlotte plays as the— Derek Momodu (@DelMody) June 10, 2018
Duke of Cambridge takes part in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club, Downfarm House, Westonbirt, Tetbury pic.twitter.com/2iBboTFdIe
Her photos soon made it to Twitter and melted fans' hearts. A Twitter user known only as Lauren said the Princess is a 'little icon,' and included the 'heart eyes emoji.'
Some of the other children cheering from the sidelines were Queen Elizabeth' other great-grandchildren, Savannah Phillips.
She is the 7-year-old daughter of Peter Phillips Canadian-born Autumn Kelly, also Prince Anne's granddaughter.
As reported by People, the event took place in Gloucester, England, a day after members of the Royal family gathered at Buckingham Palace for the Trooping The Colour Parade.
Prince William was also included in the match, and benefits of the game will go toward the Royal Marsden cancer hospital, as well as the homeless youth charity, Centrepoint.
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