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Prince George attends his first polo match on Father’s Day

Prince George attended his first polo match today as The Duke of Cambridge played polo in Cirencester.

The young Prince was seen in his mother’s arms as William played polo on his first Father’s Day. This is the first time George has been seen in public since the tour of New Zealand and Australia.


He was seen crawling on the grass, playing with a polo stick and wriggling on Kate’s hip whilst William and Harry played their match; they played just a few weeks ago on the same team, but lost. George was propped up at one point by Catherine, and it seems he’s not far away from walking.

It was an unexpected appearance from Kate and George, but delighted all Royal watchers. The polo watch was to raise money for William and Harry’s charities, whilst raising awareness at the same time. We saw The Queen and Prince Philip attending a polo match in Windsor, too.

Picture: Government House NZ/Woolfe/Crown

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