Royal fans rarely witness the Cambridge family in this kind of setting - more regularly seeing them at official royal events. 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 young Prince George, four, was playing with his cousins on a grassy bank at the Beaufort Polo Club when Savannah gave him a quick shove.
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The princess is the only royal with an active, individual social media presence, likely because she does not have a formal working role within the royal family - though she is now ninth in the line of succession to the throne. Charlotte was also pictured peering into her mom's purse.
While at the polo, the cheeky antics continued when Savannah was spotted pushing George down the hill he, Princess Charlotte and mum Kate Middleton were sat on.
George, who's known to have an interest in police, was also pictured playing with what looked like a toy knife and handcuffs.
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Trump faced questions about whether this video could be used as North Korean propaganda since it shows Kim in a positive light. Israeli ministers, meanwhile, have welcomed the Trump-Kim summit for the message it sends to Iran.
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.
Kate is still not officially back from maternity leave and it is unclear when she will return.
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