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Watch Prince George's Cousin Savannah Phillips Push Him Down a Hill

Prince George took fairly the tumble on Sunday after his second cousin Savannah Phillips pushed him down a hill on the Maserati Charity Polo Trophy occasion in Gloucestershire, England.

Footage from the incident reveals the younger prince stumbling up the hill. After he reached the highest to sit down beside his sister Princess Charlotte, Savannah shoved him, sending him again down the knoll. One other baby additionally kicked George’s sketch, which fell out of his hand.

Whereas Prince William was busy enjoying within the polo match, George’s mom Kate Middleton was standing close by. A photograph from the occasion confirmed the Duchess of Cambridge comforting her Four-year-old son. Though, it is unclear if the photograph was taken earlier than or after the incident. 

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Fortunately, the little prince gave the impression to be OK and climbed up the hill once more.

It seems to be just like the younger royals loved the day general. Pictures from the occasion confirmed George and Charlotte enjoying with Savannah on the garden. Their child brother, Prince Louis, was not in attendance.

Prince George, Savannah Phillips, Princess Charlotte

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This is not the one mischief Savannah received into this weekend. Throughout Saturday’s Trooping of the Color occasion, the little woman lined George’s mouth whereas he tried to sing “God Save the Queen.”

Savannah is the 7-year-old daughter of Peter Phillips, son of Princess Anne, and Autumn Phillips. She can be fifteenth in line for the throne. 

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Nonetheless, George is third in line to the throne. So, Savannah could need to be nicer to her little cousin.

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