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.
Prince George played with his slinky during the match.
Savannah, George and Charlotte are clearly firm friends, so we'll expect to see more cute cousin moments from them in the future.
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She also played a game of tag with her older brother, Prince George.
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It looks as though the toy gun came as part of a classic "police set" as the youngsters can also be seen with a plastic baton and some handcuffs and Prince George is known to have a fascination with the police and emergency services.
One comment said: "This was the only disappointing thing about today's polo match photos".
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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.
Savannah, 7, first pretended she was conducting music as the national anthem played and then put her hand over the mouth of George, who appeared to be singing along, as if to quiet him.
The family was out after melting hearts at the Queen's Trooping the Colour birthday celebrations. The Duchess, who gave birth to Prince Louis just seven weeks ago, looked sensational in her casual blue striped midi dress.
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