Royal Family Criticized Over Prince George’s Toy Gun

Kate dressed her two eldest children in matching blue canvas plimsolls from childrenswear specialists Trotters when she took them to watch their dad compete in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy over the weekend.

A shy Prince George, four, looked on as his outgoing sister Princess Charlotte, three, attempted hand stands, and Kate was seen getting stuck in as she rand around playing with the youngsters.

Prince George was led astray by second cousin Savannah Phillips who burst into song on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, singing and waving her arms along to the the national anthem.

However, it looks as though the third-in-line to the throne also suffered a little tearful moment on the day.

Savannah, George and Charlotte are clearly firm friends, so we'll expect to see more cute cousin moments from them in the future.

Whole Foods Expanding Discounts For Amazon Prime Members
In May, the company said it was planning "weekly deep discounts on select best-selling items" for Prime members. Whole Foods stores faced controversial food shortages just a few months ago.

The royal family are the subject of criticism this week after pictures were published of Prince George brandishing a toy gun at a polo match. I really don't get toy guns - why play with things you should never have to use Kate alone shouldn't be blamed about this as we don't know who owns the toys, but someone should have said that this is NOT OK'. My American side here, biased maybe b/c of everyday gunviolence in United States of America, but my British side agrees.

This was the only disappointing thing about today's polo match photos. The royal family found themselves criticized for allowing their son a toy seen as an inappropriate in the wake of high-profile incidents of gun violence across the world. "Lucky George isn't black or police would have shot him", one user wrote.

It's not a joke some people lose their lives because their children thought they played with a toy and it was a real gun!

What do you think about the toy gun?

On Saturday, the British royal family gathered on the Buckingham Palace balcony for a grand parade and air show to mark Queen Elizabeth's official 92nd birthday.

Related Articles