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Savannah and Prince George were also the talk of Saturday 9 June's Trooping The Colour ceremony.

Charlotte and George made the most of their day out.

It was a family affair for the Royal family on Sunday.

The playful photos did spark some backlash on social media, however, as some people thought George's toy gun was an innappropriate choice.

Charlotte donned sunglasses and ran in bare feet, at one point attempting a head stand in front of her laughing mom.

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As the royal family (including the new Duchess of Sussex!) gathered to watched the planes fly past the palace, Phillips and George started goofing off a bit.

Four-year-old George, dressed in beige shorts and a navy top, was seen playing with a colourful Slinky and taking aim at his friends with a toy gun.

Her mum, the Duchess of Cambridge, who often likes to coordinate Charlotte's outfits with hers, was also wearing a summery frock.

Despite their younger brother Prince Louis and dad Prince William being nowhere in sight, Prince George and Princess Charlotte looked very happy as they played together on the grass.

Kate Middleton has become beloved for her often accessible and down-to-earth style-and for recycling her favorite outfits. She let them play. The royal kids cheered on their father alongside their mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton, on Sunday, following the Trooping the Colour festivities for their grandmother the Queen the day before. Little George couldn't help but be shocked when seven-year-old Savannah got exhausted of the royal trying to sit with her and gave him a little push which sent him tumbling down the grassy hill, dropping his drawing.

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