Prince George and Princess Charlotte were seen enjoying a festive day out with their grandparents while Kate Middleton attended Wimbledon with her sister and Meghan.
Kate Middleton parents, Carole and Michael Middleton took the royal siblings to the Englefield Summer Festival on the Englefield Estate, which was near to their family home in Bucklebury.
They grabbed all the attention at the local event, they were seen enjoying several turns on the inflatable bouncy slide and happily playing with other children.
Prince George, five, liked the crockery smash stall, in that game one has to throw balls at porcelain plates and cups.
‘They were having such fun going from stall to stall, playing on all the games,’ an onlooker told People.
‘George did pretty well at the “crockery smash” stall. He looked very pleased with himself.’
They added that Princess Charlotte, four, was ‘very friendly’ and ‘politely saying hello to other children’, while her brother ran around with fellow youngsters.
‘They were so cute,’ the onlooker added.
They were holding hands with their grandparents, the siblings explored the small village flower show, which offered tractor rides, stalls, a BBQ and games.
On the same day, Kate was joined by sister Pippa and her sister-in-law Meghan Markle in the Royal Box at Wimbledon for the ladies singles final, where they watched Simona Halep beat Serena Williams in straight sets.
The ‘dueling Duchesses’, both 37, seemed to laugh while talking as they chatted and smiled, putting paid to rumors of a feud.
Earlier this week, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis enjoyed an afternoon at the polo to watch their father Prince William and brother Prince Harry in a charity match.