George, Charlotte and royal kids steal the show on Palace balcony

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

It's finally sundress weather, and just like the rest of us, Kate Middleton loves an affordable option for a day out with the kids.

Middleton, Prince George and Princess Charlotte accompanied Prince William to the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire on Sunday where the Duke was competing in a tournament. The still-available dress features vertical gathering at the front and back with a belt at the waist in the same material.

The recently held Trooping of Colours, the Queen's Birthday Parade was one memorable royal event for a number of reasons-Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first official post-honeymoon appearance, and the tiny tots of the family seemed to have a gala time at the event.

She took in the match with cousin-in-law Autumn Phillips, who brought her children as well.

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.

Luckily for the little royals, after behaving well on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, they were able to enjoy a fun day out at the with their mum Kate and let off some steam. Do you let your children play with them and should the royal family have let Prince George? Matching their mother's color scheme, Charlotte wore a patterned blue dress along with a red bow in her hair. George, meanwhile, looked dapper in a white collared shirt with blue trim.

Prince George kept Kate entertained.

The event, which costs up to £150 a ticket, will raise funds for two charitable causes.

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