Prince George was spotted having lots of fun with his little sister Princess Charlotte and oldest cousin Savannah Phillips at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy in Tetbury last weekend.
Prince George could be seen smiling and fooling around like most four-year-olds do during a fun day out with his family, after the formalities of the Trooping of Colour which took place the day before.
The little royal caused some controversy when he was spotted playing with a toy gun but George could also be seen running around on the grass chasing and being chased by Princess Charlotte or Savannah.
It’s clear that Prince George has a close bond with his little sister Princess Charlotte but over the weekend his close friendship with Savannah, the Queen’s eldest great-grandchild, became clear.
The pair had a funny moment on the balcony of Buckingham Palace when Savannah was spotted covering Prince George’s mouth as the mischievous royal was either singing or chatting through the national anthem.
While at the polo, the cheeky antics continued when Savannah was spotted pushing George down the hill he, Princess Charlotte and mum Kate Middleton were sat on.
Prince George was evidently taken by surprise by the light-hearted push and tumbled down the hill while grasping his drawing.
Clearly embarrassed by the situation, Savannah’s mum, Autumn Phillips told her daughter off while Kate consoled a shocked Prince George.
Earlier Prince George could be seen teasing Savannah and trying to put his feet on her and he wasn’t the only one rolling all over the place.
Little sister Princess Charlotte wanted to get in on the action too.
The three-year-old could be seen trying to practice her roly-poly technique much to the delight of Kate who could be seen giggling at her little girl’s attempt.
Dad Prince William and younger brother Prince Louis appeared to miss out on all the fun but there will hopefully be an official portrait of the Cambridges as a family of five soon.
Kate is still not officially back from maternity leave and it is unclear when she will return. Prince Louis was also not present at the Trooping of Colour but Kate and William’s children have never attended until they are at least one-year-old.