Photos of Prince George playing with toy gun spark heated debate

Esequiel Farfan
Junio 13, 2018

Prince George's Christening took place on 23 October 2013, three months after his birth, while Princess Charlotte's was on 5 July 2015, two months after her birth.

However, several people on Twitter have shared their outrage as one of the toys Prince George was playing with was a toy gun.

The toddler, in an attempt to get a better view of the aircrafts flying over, tried to bend her head a little, making her little feet lose balance, and fell off the bench, hitting her forehead-making us all go awww. The next day, George, 4, and Savannah, 7, showed again that they are definitely a playful pair of cousins, as they enjoyed a day out at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire.

In April, she charmed fans when she accompanied her father and brother to the Lindo Wing to meet Prince Louis for the first time and began waving as soon as she stepped out of the family vehicle.

Charlotte and George made the most of their day out.

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Despite their younger brother Prince Louis and dad Prince William being nowhere in sight, Prince George and Princess Charlotte looked very happy as they played together on the grass.

The controversy comes after a busy week for the royal family, after the Queen celebrated her official birthday at the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony on Saturday, where the newlywed Duke and Duchess of Sussex also made their first appearance on the famous Buckingham Palace balcony.

She was also seen relaxing in Kate's lap and climbing up a bank with her mother.

Many took to social media to criticize the royals' toy choice given the increase of gun violence.

While sitting on the sidelines at the polo match, Princess Charlotte resourcefully used the grassy landscape to practice her headstands and show off some tumbling moves.

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