Duchess Catherine, George and Charlotte at Beaufort Park

The Duke of Cambridge took part in Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at Beaufort Polo Club on Sunday. Duchess Catherine of Cambridge with Princess Charlotte and Prince George visited Gloucestershire to watch and support Prince William in Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy. Also present was Savannah Phillips, the 7-year-old daughter of Peter Phillips, who is William’s first cousin and brother of Zara Tindall. The Duchess wore a blue Striped off-the-shoulder midi dress from Zara.
Kate Middleton wore ZARA striped off the shoulder dress. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, Savannah Phillips
Kate Middleton wore ZARA striped off the shoulder dress
ZARA Striped Off-The-Shoulder Dress
Kate Middleton wore Russell & Bromley Coco Nut ankle strap espadrille wedgesKate Middleton carried Victoria Beckham Quincy Bag
                              Russell & Bromley Wedges                           Victoria Beckham Bag

39 comments:

  1. Charlotte is very lively maybe she and Leonore of Sweden would have lots of fun.Both girl are free spirits.Hope everyone had a great time young and super young.

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    1. hm.. I'm not sure. In my eyes Charlotte behaves much better on official events than Leonore.

      I don't think that Kids need to act like little adults, but rolling around on the floor in a church, removing the shoes?
      I would not allow that to my kid in a church.
      And I'm quite sure, we will never see something like that from Charlotte :-)

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    2. Can we just stop comparing Leonore to other kids? I'm so sick of reading everywhere about Leonore's behaviour. She is an adorable little girl a free spirit and that's all. We don't have the right to judge her as we don't have to deal with her when she's naughty. No wonder why Madeleine and Chris are trying to stay away from the royal world. People are evil, I can feel the hate towards a 4 year old little girl. That is really sad.

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    3. As they grow that behavior is embarrassing. Victoria and Daniel have never allowed Estelle or Oscar to behave like that. You have to gently set limits.

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    4. Thank you, Larina ! Totally agree . Leonore is adorable and really, really free and I hope for her, noone will break her mind and her soul...

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    5. @Larina I agree in all points with you, well said!

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    6. Larina, the observation that a child - Leonor - appears as unbalanced due to her behaviour is simply a matter-of-fact observation. The only one who uses terms like "hate" and "evil" is you.

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    7. Larina, the observation that a child - Leonor - appears as unbalanced due to her behaviour is simply a matter-of-fact observation. The only one who uses terms like "hate" and "evil" is you.

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    8. Nope Larina and Co., even young children have to learn that limits DO exist. THe earlier the better!

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    9. I agree with Coleman who say's you need to set limits.
      You don't do your kids a favour if you don't do that.
      No matter if it's a royal kid or not.

      And I agree with Coralie, you, Larina are the only one who talks about hate.

      Although I criticise Leonores behaviour I think she'sa wonderful young girl.
      And I don't blame Leonore for her behaviour, I blame her parents for that.

      No kid needs to behave perfect in church, it's boring for them, but there are limits and removing shoes, rolling around and so on are limits in a church for me.

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    10. Wonder wether anybody would talk like this about Lady Louise. There are a lot of things on this planet which you don´t know. But I don´t blame you, I blame your igno.

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    11. They're both happy little girls, but Charlotte would never be allowed to go overboard as Leonore does. Even happy little girls should be gently taught how to behave in public and when they can can take their shoes off, treat their dresses like hankies, sit on the floor so everyone can see their panties, etc. She is a sweet little girl, but no one seems to teach her about appropriate behavior in certain instances. Church is difficult for small children and certain things are always forgiven when it comes to children. I still remember what one royal said about having much expected of royal children...the thing is that they also receive a lot. Others have said that Leonore's behavior shouldn't count or be an issue because she won't be queen. No, but she is still a princess and even if she weren't her behavior will become frustrating.

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    12. Anna B I agree with you totally.

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    13. anonymous, I really have no idea what you want to say about Louise (who is a lovely girl, too, I love to see her grow up and how she is into horses, coaches and so on)

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    14. P.S.
      These Children are very, very sensitive and sometimes they can hear much better than other children what means that they love music but they don´t bear fireworks or a lot of different sounds. A bunch of differnt sound is very, very stressful or special pitches.

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    15. @ Linda M.
      I don't think that you should await more perfect behavour because they are royal kids.
      They didn't choose that. It's not their profession.
      It's their parents profession.

      The Kids choose much later if they want to "do" this job. And sometimes they do it bad in the beginning (remember Harry, naked party pics, the world-war-second-uniform and so on).
      But as kids you cannot blame them for all of their behavour. They are kids, things like this happen.
      I think every mom remembers a kind of total meltdown of their kid in supermarket or stuff like that.
      The only important thing is, how you react.
      And just let them do what they want is not a proper way. (like no one stops you removing your shoes in church, rolling around on the church floor.. yes, kids try stuff like that, but you should do something, more than just looking. And if you can't do ask a good friend or a family member to do it for you)

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    16. Thank you 💐
      Educational questions, such as these can be solved many times.
      No reaction is no solution.
      Your solution is very good, because the child learns.
      Among other things, the brief exit from the overall situation has proved its worth. For example, leave the church for 5 minutes.
      (Consultation with partner and family). If that is already known to the child and has come to rest several times before, then
      there is a great chance that the child will come to rest and learn.

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  2. The kids are so adorable and cute! Lovely! And Kate looks so relaxed and nice!

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    1. Agree, where is Louis?

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    2. At 4-5 weeks old? I think he is sleeping at home far away from noise and bacteria 😉

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    3. The Duchess makes running in wedges look easy, so we should give it a try...

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  3. OMG! Love these photos! Kate looks gorgeous and her outfit is super cute. The kids are adorable and having so much fun!
    I must say that Kate is simply radiant. She looks better than ever. She will probably be super skinny again but I think she looks healthiest and most beautiful right now.

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  4. It just shows you, women do not have to wear expensive clothes to look good. Love these photos. A woman having fun with her children.

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  5. Lovely pics family enjoying themselves.

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  6. So nice pictures and they show us another facette of Duchess Kate. They show that she is just a "normal" woman and mother. She is looking great as usual but there is something natural in her face that her gives lightness. And now I am knowing what I miss at official appointments. It is this natural lightness! No question she does a great job, always kindly and friendly but her smile never is so unpretentious like here in this private time with her Kids. Nice-looking Outfits for the Duchess, Charlotte and George. Kates dress suits her excellent. Prince and princess are so cute while playing and ramping around - so much fun! Each one is enjoying this day together... And I enjoy this phantastic photos!!

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    1. I thought every word you wrote

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  7. so lovely!
    Kate looks fantastic!
    And the kids are so cute <3

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  8. Very heart-warming photo of Catherine, George and Charlotte

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  9. leuke kinderen , maar ik vind dat meisje op de over groot moeder lijken ,
    ik vind ze ook zo achtief !!!

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  10. I agree Anna B. and PB Coleman. This behavior is maybee cute when it comes to small children but soon it will be embarrassing. To learn a child what is best for them is not to breake their spirit. It is done so that they can learn how to not offend others. It is to teach them to behave in a way that makes them popular and not the other way round. It is tiring with children who fling around and disturb, searching for affirmation. The faster a child learns how to behave, the better. At home they can do what they want but not publicly. Some parents seem to think that everyone loves their children no matter what they do. What is truly irresistible is well-behaved children.

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  11. The DOC looks stunning, either on grand occasions like Trooping the Colour or on a casual as above. The few extra pounds are doing her good and I hope, she will not go to the super skinny look again. A woman can be too thin - (IMO).

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  12. Charlotte is growing up into a real little cutie and by the looks of things quite a character.

    Catherine looks amazing, absolutely radiant!

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  13. The behavior that needs to be corrected now is by Savannah Phillips, Peter and Autumn's daughter. While the pics are not on this website, they are on youtube. She purposefully shoves George down the hill, and this after covering his mouth at Trooping the Color. It is not "children being children". It is bullying, plain and simple. It is also a little girl who is not choosing to behave properly and courteously. I have taught children ages 3-18 over a period of 3o years, from France to Hawaii. Savannah's behavior is not cute or just mischievous. From my experience if her parents do not correct this behavior (and no I do not advocate hitting ever) they will reap the results of an out of control child who becomes an adolescent and teen with uncontrollable behavior. I hope William and Catherine are aware of this and take the needed steps to stay away from this child until she can be nice, to say the least.

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    1. Agree, Savanna can learn a lesson as well, because little George adores her.

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