The Duke of Cambridge, 35, was taking part in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at Beaufort Polo Club, Glous when things got a little overwhelming for little George, 4.
Only yesterday Wills was in London for Trooping the Colour duties — but today was a family day of fun in the sun.
Doting Kate needed to provide a caring hand to George, but the young prince was soon mucking about once again.
Joining the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the polo were George's cousin Savannah Phillips.
Savannah, the daughter of Princess Anne's son Peter, kept George in check on the Buckingham Palace balcony as the national anthem played at Buckingham Palace yesterday.
Charlotte was keeping her cool in a pair of trendy shades and pulled off some gymnastic moves, performing a handstand and enjoying a day away from the glare of publicity.
While Kate and the kids were keeping people entertained off the pitch, Prince William was putting on a performance on it.
The match was all in aid of two charities close to the prince's heart – he Royal Marsden, which the Duke supports as president, and Centrepoint, of which he is patron.
Sunday's match is part of a series of charitable polo matches that the Duke and Prince Harry will play in this summer.
The two brothers have taken part in polo fixtures in support of their charities since 2007, and have continued each year since, raising over £11 million for charitable causes to date.
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