Kate Middleton wore a $69 Zara dress for a surprise family outing

Royal Family during Trooping the Colour

Royal Family during Trooping the Colour

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

Princess Charlotte threw a small tantrum at one point but it was still pretty adorable.

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.

The Duchess of Cambridge surprised royal fans when she took Prince George and Princess Charlotte to watch dad Prince William compete for the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club on Sunday. A pink floral dress paired with bare feet completed Charlotte's attire, and the future King of England wore his signature shorts, a navy blue polo, and comfy sneakers.

The trio attended the Beaufort Polo Club yesterday to cheer on Prince William and they had all the fun.

The royals' casual outing came just one day after they played a formal role at Trooping the Colour, the official celebration of Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday. The pictures appear to show the boys pointing the guns at other members of the party.

While all eyes were on Meghan making her Buckingham Palace balcony debut, it was George, Charlotte and Princess Anne's granddaughter, Savannah Phillips, who stole the show.

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.

At a reception in March celebrating the Metropolitan Police, one officer joked William's children could join the police cadets, to which the duke is said to have replied: 'Well he does like the police at the moment'. The young brother and sister duo made their appearance on the balcony with the rest of the family.

The royals were out in force for the Trooping the Colour.

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