It was a busy weekend for the Cambridges this weekend as they had Trooping the Colour on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were in proper play clothes.
In perhaps the most candid snaps of the three royals ever seen, royal fans witnessed an adorable glimpse into normal family life for the Cambridges - showing they really are just like everyone else.
However, it looks as though the third-in-line to the throne also suffered a little tearful moment on the day.
Over the course of the day, the little royals could be seen playing with a huge slinky, a miniature golf set, arts and crafts and the controversial toy gun.
But all eyes were on the youngest royals who stole the show at the parade - particularly the delightful banter between Prince George and his cousin Savannah Phillips.
Low-heeled wedges and a casual dress meant Catherine had no problem bounding down the hill after Prince George.
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Cape Town - Following a day of official royal business at Trooping the Colour, Prince George and Princess Charlotte had the best time at a polo event on Sunday.
Twitter account Elegantroyals added: 'This was the only disappointing thing about today's polo match.
But photos immediately after show Kate was actually running to greet England polo player Malcolm Borwick, who appeared to be beckoning her from beside the white marquees a few metres from the grass bank.
Another said: 'This isn't okay anymore... This looks far too real.(And I LOVE Prince George, don't get me wrong!)'. Better if he was seen playing with a toy vehicle or football.
What do you think about the toy gun?
As the royal family (including the new Duchess of Sussex!) gathered to watched the planes fly past the palace, Phillips and George started goofing off a bit. Join the conversation over on our Facebook page and let us know your thoughts!