Another user suggested the controversy was a case of "political correctness gone mad, while another asked: "So what if Prince George was playing with a gun????"
Four-year-old Prince George was photographed playing with a toy gun at a polo match on Sunday, sending social media into a frenzy over whether or not children should be able to have fake weapons. The pushing incident came on the heels of Savannah publicly teasing George in a different way just one day earlier.
In April, she charmed fans when she accompanied her father and brother to the Lindo Wing to meet Prince Louis for the first time and began waving as soon as she stepped out of the family vehicle.
There's a comforting feeling when we spot a member of the royal family dressed in brands we normally shop-and nope, we're not talking about designer this time.
Trudeau's criticism will cost Canada 'a lot of money'
The decision to back out of the communique was "in large part" because of the upcoming North Korea summit, Kudlow said. On Tuesday , Trump said: "We have a big trade deficit with Canada.it's close to $100 billion a year deal loss".
The princess, who was standing on a bench in the Buckingham Palace's balcony, alongside brother Prince George and cousin Savannah Phillips, was initially seen having a gala time at the show.
Royalists were soon to share their amusement at the happenings, comparing Savanah's actions to those of Harry as a child, when he covered cousin Beatrice's mouth to stop her from talking three decades ago.
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, had her hair pulled back in a knot, and she took the kids around to play and pet the animals at a day that was billed as "a fantastic day out for all the family".