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Savannah Phillips Pushes Prince George Down a Hill, Cements Status as Most Mischievous Royal Kid

The Queen's great-granddaughter is one mischievous little royal.
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This weekend, seven-year-old Savannah Phillips, Queen Elizabeth II's great-granddaughter, showed her true colors as the most mischievous little royal. She started on Saturday, when she went viral for shamelessly shushing and covering her four-year-old cousin, future king of England Prince George's, mouth during Trooping the Color flypast. Look at that smirk; she's truly the Rugrats' Angelica to Prince George's Tommy Pickles.



She's not the first to do it; Prince Harry was her in the last generation of royals, covering then-two-year-old Princess Beatrice's mouth:


She continued asserting her reign over Prince George on Sunday, when she joined George and his sister Princess Charlotte at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy match. There, she pushed George down the hill because she could. Her mother Autumn Phillips had a word with her after about that, per Daily Mail.



She was also photographed tugging Charlotte's dress, keeping her from going downhill. Charlotte seems okay with it though, considering she's laughing, and the two are clearly just playing:



Savannah's been mischievous for years in the public eye, by the way—particularly with her own sister and other cousin Mia Tindall. There have been playful tackles, chiding, and some solid funny faces. One time, Savannah tackled the two while wearing a foot cast boot. That is dedication:


With her cousin Mia Tindall at the Gatcombe Horse Trials in March 2017.


At the festival of Festival of British Eventing with her younger sister Isla Phillips in August 2016.


At the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy Match in June 2017.



Tackling both Isla and Mia.

Keep your eye on this one:


From: ELLE US

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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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