She may be a royal princess, but little Charlotte isn't afraid to get her feet or dress dirty when out in the sun at her dad's polo match. 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.
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.
While all eyes were on Meghan making her Buckingham Palace balcony debut, it was George, Charlotte and Princess Anne's granddaughter, Savannah Phillips, who stole the show. My American side here, biased maybe b/c of everyday #gunviolence in US, but my British side agrees. Little George couldn't help but be shocked when seven-year-old Savannah got exhausted of the royal trying to sit with her and gave him a little push which sent him tumbling down the grassy hill, dropping his drawing. No child in this day and age should look at any gun as a fun toy.
The choice to allow children to play with toy guns is "intensely personal", says Deborah Gilboa, MD, a parenting and youth development expert.
Many balked at the toys, given Britain's knife- and gun-related violence, which is "rising at an accelerating pace", according to the U.K. Guardian.
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