WHILE Kate Middleton was at Wimbledon yesterday, her eldest children Prince George and Princess Charlotte were having an equally lovely day in the sun.
The siblings headed to a summer fete in Berkshire with their grandparents Michael and Carole Middleton.
According to PEOPLE, George, five, and four-year-old Charlotte enjoyed a number of traditional stalls and games at Englefield’s summer fair.
A local villager said: “They were having such fun going from stall to stall, playing on all the games.”
And there was one game in particular that George seemed to take to – crockery smashing.
The onlooker added: “George did pretty well at the ‘crockery smash’ stall. He looked very pleased with himself.”
The fete took place on the Englefield Estate, close to the Middleton’s family home in Bucklebury.
Other attractions are said to have included inflatable slides, tractor rides, bingo, a barbecue and live music.
George and Charlotte reportedly both took several turns on the slides, and were spotted holding their grandparents’ hands as they wandered around.
The villager continued: “They were so cute, and Charlotte particularly was very friendly, politely saying hello to other children.
“George was running around, exactly like all the other children.”
Kate was joined by Meghan Markle and younger sister Pippa to watch Serena Williams lose to Simona Halep in the ladies’ singles final at Wimbledon yesterday afternoon.
There was no sign of any ill-feeling between the sisters-in-law as they smiled, chatted and clapped in the Royal Box.
The event marked the first time the royal women had stepped out as a duo since they joined crowds at Centre Court together last year.
Body language expert Judi James said Meghan and Kate, both 37, were genuinely affectionate towards each other.
She explained: “At times they, and Pippa, looked like three sisters sitting together. There were long bouts of mirrored body language between them and lots of eye contact.
“It seemed to be Meghan making them all giggle.”
Judi even claimed that Kate may have taken cues from Her Majesty.
She added: “There are echoes of the Queen’s trait of stoic but emphatic body language rituals to nail any negative rumours about her family from Kate.”
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