Prince George pictured playing with a toy gun and people aren't happy

Ruben Ruiz
June 13, 2018

After all the pompousness and fuss of the Trooping the Colour, the royals put on a more relaxed display at the polo on Sunday, with the Duchess of Cambridge bringing her two children to watch their father, Prince William, take part in the Maserati Royal charity polo game.

As Prince George clambered up a hill to join her and the rest of the family, she shoved him down the hill just as he reached them and he went tumbling down before being reprimanded by her mother.

However, it looks as though the third-in-line to the throne also suffered a little tearful moment on the day.

According to Us Weekly, a source close to the couple explained: "They're very much seen as Mummy and Daddy's toys, not for children".

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Guns play a large role in the British tradition, particularly Royal Gun Salutes, which are considered a "sign of respect" at various functions, such as the birthdays of the Queen, George, and Charlotte, according to the official website of the monarchy. The brother and sister duo were pictured playing with toys, including a slinky and walking a beam of wood practicing their balancing skills. My American side here, biased maybe b/c of everyday #gunviolence in US, but my British side agrees. "THAT is #girlpower", one person wrote. The comfortable dress made it possible for Kate to chase the kids and keep them from running onto the polo field. The royal family found themselves criticized for allowing their son a toy seen as an inappropriate in the wake of high-profile incidents of gun violence across the world.

On a visit to Finland last November, William met Father Christmas in Helsinki and was on a mission to present Santa Claus with a Christmas list from George, which featured one request - a toy police vehicle. This looks far too real.(And I LOVE Prince George, don't get me wrong!)'.

What do you think about the toy gun?

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

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