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See All the Adorable Photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte Cheering on Their Dad

The little royals had a blast today on the sidelines of the polo match.
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After all the pomp and ceremony of Trooping the Colour, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were ready for a day playing outdoors. See all the photos from their trip to the polo match to cheer on their pops, Prince William, below.

After yesterday's Trooping the Colour, Kate took Prince George and Princess Charlotte for a casual day at the polo grounds. 


They were there to cheer on Prince William as he played for charity.


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George and Charlotte's second cousins were there as well. Here is George chatting with Savannah Phillips.


Princess Charlotte was having the best day. Here she is attempting to do a headstand.



And another attempt. Duchess Kate was clearly more amused than Prince George.


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Just skipping around the polo grounds, barefoot.


Prince George sliding down the hill.


And playing with a slinky.


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Now, Kate is playing with the slinky.


Here's the Duchess showing George how it is done.


The whole royal crew on the sidelines of the polo field.


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Charlotte sporting some serious shades at the polo match.


Kate was being the ultimate mom, chasing after her two kiddos in heels.


George appears to have been playing cops and robbers. Here he is showing off some handcuffs.


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Princess Charlotte just yucking it up with her mom.


Such a sweet mother-daughter moment.


Kate and Charlotte watching the match on the sidelines.


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Kate comforting Charlotte.


Prince George was also upset at some point. Here he is talking it through with his mom.


And again.


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George and Charlotte had a great day out with their mom. Little Prince Louis was at home, likely with Nanny Maria.


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

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