Four-year-old Prince George was photographed playing with a toy gun at a polo match on Sunday, sending social media into a frenzy over whether or not children should be able to have fake weapons. The brother and sister duo were pictured playing with toys, including a slinky and walking a beam of wood practicing their balancing skills.
Savannah, George and Charlotte are clearly firm friends, so we'll expect to see more cute cousin moments from them in the future. That much became obvious this week when new pics of Middleton, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte playing in the park emerged.
But when Prince George tried to join in, he was quickly silenced by Savannah, who put her hand over the third in line to the throne's mouth. But all eyes were on the youngest royals who stole the show at the parade - particularly the delightful banter between Prince George and his cousin Savannah Phillips.
Another said: 'This isn't okay anymore...
It's not a joke some people lose their lives because their children thought they played with a toy and it was a real gun! My American side here, biased maybe b/c of everyday #gunviolence in U.S., but my British side agrees.
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Many took to Twitter to criticize Will and Kate for allowing their son to play with a toy gun.
But pictures from the day depicting George brandishing a toy gun cast a shadow on an otherwise happy day.
"People need to get a grip over Prince George and his toy gun".
William's match, which saw the Maserati team take on the Dhamani 1969 side, is part of the two-day Gloucestershire Festival of Polo, hosted by Beaufort Polo Club from 9th-10th June.
We've selected a few of our favourites below and as mentioned, it's refreshing to see them just hanging out as normal because you know even the royal family can let their hair down once in a while.