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Kate Middleton Dresses Princess Charlotte to Match Her Style

Kate Middleton Dresses Princess Charlotte to Match Her Style

We're used to seeing Kate Middleton in polished ensembles for royal events, but over the weekend, the Duchess of Cambridge proved she can also nail casual weekend style.

The duchess proved her savvy shopping skills yet again today, stepping out in a relatively low-cost Zara dress alongside Prince George and Princess Charlotte to watch Prince William compete for the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy.

George and his friends were spotted playing with some toy guns.

The fun-loving princess has been showing off her playful side recently, waving to crowds while meeting her baby brother Prince Louis at the Lindo wing, and while fulfilling her bridesmaid duties during uncle Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle.

The royal family are the subject of criticism this week after pictures were published of Prince George brandishing a toy gun at a polo match.

Okay, okay, slight exaggeration but it is refreshing to see the royal family having a day out just like anyone else.




It seems that the source of the families laughter Sunday came from no other than Princess Charlotte.

However, many also rushed to defend Prince George and his parents, pointing out that the young royal will one day be Commander-in-Chief of the British Armed Forces.

Kate, dressed in a light blue Zara dress and Russell & Bromley wedges, kept a watchful eye on the children, consoling a tearful George at one point.

He and Princess Charlotte were enjoying a day on the sunlit sidelines to watch their dad playing polo, as is tradition on the day after the annual Trooping the Colour parade to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's birthday.

Sitting on a grass slope together, Savannah, 7, was pictured with her arm around Charlotte. Several users dismissed the criticism, arguing they themselves had toy guns as kids, and that such play does not encourage violence.

Kate could be seen pulling out toy guns, a walkie talkie and more treats for the duo to play with.


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