Prince George and Princess Charlotte enjoyed a fun day out with their mother during the weekend, and we learned of the Duchess of Cambridge’s clever tricks she uses to get them to behave.
Kate Middleton gave birth to her third child Prince Louis only seven weeks ago, however, it seems that she has adapted to the life of a mother-of-three in no time.
The Cambridge had a busy weekend last week as they attended the Trooping of Colour and after that, they had a family day out at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo where Prince William was competing.
Both Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3, were at their best behavior during both of their public appearances.
There was a small slip up on the balcony of Buckingham Palace and some naughty behavior with cousin Savannah at the polo- but for a four-year-old and a three-year-old, this was top notch behavior.
To keep Prince George and Princess Charlotte entertained during the polo match in which their father played, Kate was ready and had lots of toys on hand.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte played with an old-school favorite, a rainbow-colored slinky, a miniature golf set, lots of arts and crafts and a police set that included a toy gun, which Prince George particularly enjoyed.
The royal enjoyed the time with each other and the time they were able to stretch their legs and be the focus of attention instead of their little brother Prince Louis.
However, as many parents, know-a two-hour-plus car journey is no easy undertaking, as it needs lots of measures to ensure that the trip goes peacefully and its calm in the car.
According to People, Kate’s clever tactic to avoid chaos was to tire Prince George and Princess Charlotte out.
An onlooker at the polo told People that just before leaving Kate said to the children: ‘First to the polo field is the winner!’
With Prince George and Princess Charlotte exhausted from a day of running around and blowing off steam, it meant they were likely to sleep during the two-hour drive back to Kensington Palace from Tetbury – how clever!