Prince George's cousin Savannah Phillips pushed him down a hill during recent polo match
The weekend of June 9-10 the 7-year-old Savannah Phillips, oldest great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II gave plenty to talk about with her mischievous behavior around her younger cousin Prince George.
First, the young royal, the daughter of Peter and Autumn Phillips and 15th in line to the throne of England stole the show at Trooping the Colour, the Queen’s birthday official celebration, for her silly act at the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
She made the headlines and sparked many memes after been captured on camera shushing Prince George and even covering his mouth with her hand when he tried to sing the National Anthem on June 9.
The following day, as Harper's Bazaar reported, the Queen’s great-grandchildren got together again in a family day out when they attended the Maserati Charity Polo Trophy to watch Prince William play.
Prince George, 4, Prince Charlotte, 3, and their cousins Savannah and Isla, 5, enjoyed a day in the open and got to play in the grass. Even Duchess Kate Middleton seemed to have had a great time in the relaxing outing.
During the event, as photos and footage showed, Savannah proved to be George’s nightmare once again, pushing her cousin down a grassy hill as soon as he took a seat next to her.
The video shows George struggling for a while to climb the hill and sit among the rest of the children, only to get pushed back down by Savannah. Although no harm was done to the boy, Savannah was reprimanded by her mother immediately.
Duchess Kate didn’t seem to notice what happened, and apparently, George didn’t take it to heart, as the cousins were seen playing nicely for the rest of the day.
According to Town & Country, despite Savannah holds a position in the order of succession she does not have a royal title.
When her father Peter was born, his parents, Princess Anne and Mark Phillips declined the Queen’s offer to give him a title, so Savannah doesn’t have a royal rank either. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa