Prince George showed off his playful side today as he clambered around in a car boot while watching dad William and uncle Harry at a polo match.
The youngster was snapped rolling over the back seats of the family’s Audi estate to get to sister Charlotte as mum Kate sat on the ground with Louis on her lap, tucking into some snacks.
At one point, the adventurous five-year-old – dressed in a green polo and camouflage design shorts – tiptoed on the edge of the car bumper with his arms stretched up.
But mum Kate didn’t appear to be too impressed with his cheeky antics and was snapped with a rather stern expression on her face.
George, third in line to the throne, was also pictured kicking a football with his four-year-old sister as they frolicked in the glorious sunshine at Billingbear Polo Club in Berkshire.
Meanwhile, Kate and sister-in-law Meghan Markle were bowled over laughing as little Prince Louis, one, donned his mum’s sunglasses and stuck his tongue out at the Duchess of Sussex as she held baby Archie.
The tot was kissed on the head adoringly by Meghan, 37, on his first outing in public as the new mum wowed in loose ‘Rosetta’ oversized dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez.
Kate, 37, also looked elegant in a flowing pink L.K.Bennett dress, teamed with her trusty Castaner wedges and a red Mulberry bag, as she kept an eye on her excited little ones.
Louis was seen giving his mother the run around as he tottered across the grass before being swept into her arms to go wave to his father.
Meanwhile, playful Prince George kept his sister, Charlotte, entertained and could be seen picking up a polo mallet.
And later, perhaps buoyed by the success of our heroic Lionesses football team, Charlotte raced around the fields kicking a football.
William and Harry were playing against each other in the game honouring the late Leicester City owner for the Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy – after the much loved football man died in a helicopter crash in October.
There was no sign of the reported rift between the couples as Harry and William smiled while they posed together for photographs after the match.
William got the better of his brother on the field, with his team recording a narrow 7-6 victory.
The event raised cash for 15 charities supported by the royal pair – including African Parks, The English Schools Swimming Association, Fields in Trust, The Household Cavalry The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, Rhino Conservation Botswana and The Royal Marsden hospital.
It was one of the duo’s first joint engagements this year, and follows on from a rumoured rift between the pair and their wives Duchesses Kate and Meghan.
Any troubles were put aside for baby Archie’s christening at the weekend as the “fab four” came together to mark the occasion at Windsor Castle.
The family get together comes weeks after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed they were leaving the Royal Foundation and setting up their own charity.
William and Kate will remain with the original charity, which will be renamed the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
William and Harry set up the Royal Foundation back in 2009, with Kate joining two years later.
The foundation said the move was taken to “better align” the couples’ charitable activities.
But the move sparked speculation of a further divide between the young royals after a turbulent year.
A royal source said: “Both families were in great spirits and really seemed to be getting along.
“The children weren’t paying too much attention to the polo but looked like they were enjoying themselves all afternoon.”