PRINCE GEORGE and Princess Charlotte enjoyed a day by the sea on Thursday but George was caught doing something very naughty while his mother was taking part in the charity yacht race.
George and Charlotte were wearing nautical themed clothes while they watched their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, go head-to-head in The King’s Cup regatta. According to royal expert Victoria Murphy, the young prince was caught eating an ant while his mother and father were taking part in the day’s events. Charlotte was also caught poking her tongue out at the crowds while Kate laughed and embraced her.
Ms Murphy said on Twitter: “The Cambridge children had a great day out today. Cheeky Charlotte stuck out her tongue at the crowds while George apparently ate an ant!
“They also joined in with activities on the seafront earlier in the day.”
It was a day of triumph for William in the sporting rivalry between the highly competitive couple.
Although neither won the cup, the Duke skippered his yacht to joint third place among the eight competing teams all captained by famous faces.
Prince George makes a naughty blunder when Kate isn’t looking (Image: GETTY)
Kate headed the boat that finished last (Image: GETTY)
Kate, 37, headed the boat that finished last after getting disqualified in the second of two races.
Earlier, the pair and their 16-month-old brother Prince Louis had a whale of a time taking in some special children’s attractions on the waterfront at Cowes.
The children were accompanied by their grandparents Michael and Carole Middleton and some friends.
George and Charlotte were also entertained by a pirate and watched a performer blow bubbles and balloons from a machine.
Charlotte was also caught poking her tongue out at the crowds while Kate laughed and embraced her (Image: GETTY)
Both George and Charlotte took part in a tug-of-war competition and were on the winning team.
Pirate Pete taught the three royal children and seven others “how to look like a pirate, talk like a pirate, how to walk the plank and how to find the treasure”.
He said: “We’ve got a fine bunch of buccaneers on our hands. They were trying to steal my weapons, my sword, and there were some good pirate faces being pulled.
“They’re just the same as any other kids. They want to have fun.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK