Prince George and Princess Charlotte goofed off at their dad’s polo game and it was adorable

What cuties.

It seems like not even the royals are immune to the charms of a sunny British day, as Kate and Wills took the family out for a spot of vitamin D. The entire clan sans Louis were out in Gloucestershire to cheer on Prince William at a charity polo game, however Charlotte and George were the ones who really stole the show with their adorable antics.

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While Prince William trotted about on a horse and smacked a ball with a mallet, Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte all relaxed on the grass.

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Between games, they goofed off with their mother Kate Middleton as Charlotte attempted a headstand or two and the siblings chased each other around barefoot on the grass.

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Savannah Phillips, the unsung hero of Trooping the Colour who hilariously silenced her cousin Prince George’s mouth by putting her hand over his mouth, was also in attendance and she was up to her usual antics. As Prince George clambered up a hill to join her and the rest of the family, she shoved him down the hill just as he reached them and he went tumbling down before being reprimanded by her mother.

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Kate also got in on the fun, as she had a go on Prince George’s rainbow slinky and was also in fits of giggles as Charlotte attempted (and adorably failed) at her gymnastics. Professional acrobating might not be in her cards to be honest, but the little royal can definitely rock a pair of sunglasses.

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Prince William was competing in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy in order to raise funds for both Royal Marsden Cancer Charity and Centrepoint, a foundation aimed at helping homeless young people.

Both he and Harry will be competing in a number of games in the name of charity in the coming weeks and we can’t wait to see more of the fam relaxing, smiling and way away from the rigid formality of the palace.

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