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Kate Middleton And Prince George Cheer On Prince William At Father's Day Polo Match

14/08/2014 16:45 | Updated 20 May 2015

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, and baby Prince George spent Father's Day cheering on Prince William as he took part in a charity polo match at Cirencester Polo Club in Gloucestershire.

The royal pair were seen watching from the sidelines as William and his brother Harry competed in the annual Jerudong Trophy polo match. However, it looks like football is more like Prince George's thing.

The 11-month-old wasn't taking much interest in the game at hand and seemed more keen for a kick about with mum Kate.

Maserati Jerudong Trophy

Dressed in a white polo shirt teamed with red and white striped dungarees and black shoes, George took a swipe at his football while Kate held his hand to help steady him.

While this is the first time we've seen George on his feet, the Duchess last week revealed that he'd already started walking independently.

Although it is still unclear exactly when the prince took his first steps, Kate couldn't keep the news to herself and had to share her son's achievement with fellow guests at a brunch with the America Cup yachting team in London.

The no doubt proud mother looked at ease in a breton stripe top teamed with blue skinny jeans and comfy flats as she played with her son on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the 32-year-old has also been busy redecorating her young family's country home - Anmer Hall, on Sandringham Estate - and is said to be very close to finishing the project.

Rumour has it this foray into interior design has led to Kate becoming completely obsessed with creating the perfect cosy getaway and, er, finding the perfect fireplace. But of course!

MORE! Check out more pictures of the royal fam in the gallery below.

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