Princess Charlotte Steals the Show at Charity Polo Match

Kate Middleton and Prince Charlotte

Kate Middleton and Prince Charlotte

Kate, dressed in a light blue open shoulder dress and wedges, was pictured sitting on the grass with George and Charlotte playing next to her.

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.

The sisters, whose father is Princess Anne's son Peter Phillips, appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the parade on Saturday, where they could be seen giggling with their younger cousins.

However, several people on Twitter have shared their outrage as one of the toys Prince George was playing with was a toy gun.

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

Princess Charlotte wore the Amelia floral print cotton dress from the store, the sleeveless cotton creation has a gorgeous pastel print on it and is fully lined, it also has a zipper fastening for "fuss-free changing".

Mum Kate has a firm grip on things.

Another said: 'This isn't okay anymore... My American side here, biased maybe b/c of everyday #gunviolence in US, but my British side agrees. "This looks far too real", someone else wrote.

A third added: 'Prince George has a toy gun ....really!'. Better if he was seen playing with a toy vehicle or football.

On a visit to Finland last November, William met Father Christmas in Helsinki and was on a mission to present Santa Claus with a Christmas list from George, which featured one request - a toy police auto.

What do you think about the toy gun? The Cambridges and other royals, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch an RAF flypast, which was held to mark the Queen's 92nd birthday. Join the conversation over on our Facebook page and let us know your thoughts!

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