Kate Middleton's $70 Zara dress is already sold out

GETTY REUTERSWilliam and Kate's daughter Princess Charlotte tapped her fingers in time with the National Anthem

GETTY REUTERSWilliam and Kate's daughter Princess Charlotte tapped her fingers in time with the National Anthem

After the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton was spotted at the Houghton Horse Trials with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as reported by the Inquisitr, and again, she was wearing another chambray Zara dress also priced around $70.

There's a comforting feeling when we spot a member of the royal family dressed in brands we normally shop-and nope, we're not talking about designer this time.

Prince William was competing in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy in order to raise funds for both Royal Marsden Cancer Charity and Centrepoint, a foundation aimed at helping homeless young people.

George, who was from shutting up, talked even during the national anthem, forcing Savannah to place her hand on his mouth to shut him up-leaving the world in splits, including George, who could still be seen smiling.

The three-year-old appeared to be having the time of her life at the event, rolling around in the grass and running about with older brother George, in the way that all kids do.

The Duchess wore a £39.99 striped midi dress, from Zara, for the countryside day out, paired with some of her signature, Russel & Bromley wedges.

But it was Princess Charlotte who really stole the show on the day, putting on a cheeky display for mum Catherine and the family's close friends, during the match.

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Several photos of Prince George playing with a toy gun on Sunday sparked a heated debate on social media.

While sitting on the sidelines at the polo match, Princess Charlotte resourcefully used the grassy landscape to practice her headstands and show off some tumbling moves.

"Kate alone shouldn't be blamed about this as we don't know who owns the toys, but someone should have said that this is NOT OK".

But don't think Charlotte was alone in all of the shenanigans.

The moment has been captured, with people going gaga over this royal Tow Sawyer-like child, also giving a ideal throwback to the time Prince Harry shared a similar moment with Princess Beatrice.

But it seems the Duchess of Cambridge has snubbed pricey labels in favour of a high street bargain for George and Charlotte's summer wardrobe.

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