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

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

Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge attend the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club on June 10, 2018 in Gloucester, England.

The Duchess of Cambridge took her eldest children Prince George and Princess Charlotte to a polo match to support their dad Prince William. The trio had a lovely time, with photographs showing them running around and smiling throughout the sunny event. I really don't get toy guns - why play with things you should never have to use Kate alone shouldn't be blamed about this as we don't know who owns the toys, but someone should have said that this is NOT OK'.

She was also seen relaxing in Kate's lap and climbing up a bank with her mother.

But there's one element of the pictures that people aren't all that over-enthusiastic about: Prince George playing with a toy gun.

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".

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Headlines from media outlets summed up the outrage from the left, with the U.K.'s Daily Mirror proclaiming, "Outrage as Prince George plays with toy and knife on family day out amid surge in violence", and several citing quotes from Twitter users such as, "sad to see him playing with a gun when the United Kingdom has a crime problem".

Even an opinion piece in The Huffington Post assured parents in the aftermath that allowing (specifically) young boys to play with guns would not make them grow up to be psychopaths. Maybe in training for killing wild life in later years. Better if he was seen playing with a toy vehicle or football. "Lucky George isn't black or police would have shot him", one user wrote.

Prince Louis, who was born in April, was not with his older siblings at the polo match.

Royal fans rarely witness the Cambridge family in this kind of setting - more regularly seeing them at official royal events.


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