Kate Middleton takes George and Charlotte to watch William in polo match

Kate Middleton takes George and Charlotte to watch William in polo match

The three-year-old appeared to accidentally slip and hit her head on the Buckingham Palace banister, but Middleton consoled the young princess and helped her recover in no time.

However, several people on Twitter have shared their outrage as one of the toys Prince George was playing with was a toy gun. Do you let your children play with them and should the royal family have let Prince George?

Of course, the Duke of Sussex has had plenty of cheeky moments over the years - the cute photo of him sticking out his tongue while in mum's arms at Trooping the Colour is an enduring one.

Part of the event was an open house for the emergency services that included an air ambulance vehicle that interested Prince George.

All eyes were on Prince George and Princess Charlotte on Sunday as they frolicked in the sunshine at their father's polo match.

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

The toddlers were photographed running around at the Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury, Gloucestershire on Sunday.

Princess Charlotte and mum Catherine also put on an adorable display together, with Charlotte cuddling close to her mother during a quieter moment, and later playing with her hair in admiration.

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, rarely makes waves, but photos of her son Prince George firing a toy gun have caused outrage on social media.

Prince William, Duchess Kate and the royal family through the years They were also spotted spending quality time with Savannah and Isla Phillips, who are also great-grandchildren of the queen.

William and Kate, who has been on maternity leave since giving birth to Louis, left the newborn home for Trooping the Colour as well.

Prince George was seen playing with a policeman's kit, as his obsession with officers shows no sign of abating.