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But the little royal seems more interested in some fun and games of his own. George, who turns 1 on July 22, spent much of the time out in the English countryside practicing walking as the duchess led him around a tent set aside for players.
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Does the royal couple have a future polo MVP on their hands? Prince George finds a polo mallet of his own as he explores the lawns at Cirencester Park Polo Club.
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Whatcha looking at, George? The prince enjoys the view from the arms of his mother, who alternated between carrying her baby and letting him crawl when he became restless.
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Meanwhile, the charity match pits William against a team that included brother Prince Harry. William was helping raise money for the homelessness charity Centrepoint, and two other charities – WellChild, which Harry supports, and Child Bereavement UK, another of William's causes – were also beneficiaries.
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A HOLD ON YOU
Is it nap time yet? We can't blame Prince George if he feels a bit, well, cranky after a long day of ponies and playtime.