Princess Charlotte and Prince George travelled to Gloucestershire to watch their father partake in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy match on Sunday (11 June), but found entertainment away from the game itself.
The young royals were pictured playing within the grounds of Beaufort Polo Club with toys including a Slinky and colouring books. The Duchess of Cambridge oversaw their fun as George charged up and down and the two were also spotted using mini polo mallets as makeshift swords. Their young cousins, Savannah and Isla Phillips, were also there to enjoy the outdoor pursuits.
Kate wore a blue striped Zara dress with ruched detailing and a tie waist. She teamed the look with a pair of wedged espadrilles and a white tote bag.
The duchess looked happy and relaxed with her daughter sat on her lap and her son by her side. She later watched the young prince slide down a Helter Skelter slide. Prince Louis was absent and was presumably being looked after by the family nanny.
The polo match came a day after this weekend's big royal event, the Trooping the Colour parade in London. The entire family, bar Prince Louis, stood on the Buckingham Palace balcony, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, in what was their second official engagement since their wedding on 19 May.