The royal siblings had a gala time at the inaugural King’s Cup regatta, a sailing race in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, England. The event was hosted by their parents, Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton to help the charities. Parents of Princess Kate Middleton, Michael Middleton, and Carole Goldsmith. The presentation ceremony took place on the 8th of August 2019.
Prince George, newly turned 6, posed for the camera with a smile showing off his few teeth. Dressed in a captain’s hat, life jacket, and a nautical blue and white shirt, he looked perfect for the event. He is the eldest son out of the three siblings. Princess Charlotte, aged 4, had herself clicked while making faces. Tonguing at the cameras playfully, she made faces even when her mother and maternal grandmother was around. Earlier, Charlotte attracted the limelight through her expressions and waves.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte witnessed the event from a boat with their maternal grandfather, Michael Middleton. Eight boats participated in the race. Each ship represented one charity supported by William and Kate. Prince William and Princess Kate skippered two of them. While the one captained by the television celebrity and adventurist Bear Grylls stood first, William’s boat which represented Child Bereavement UK was declared as the second runner-up. Kate’s boat, serving Early Years secured the end position. On behalf of her team, she gracefully accepted the wooden spoon.
The event was initially set for Friday (9th August 2019) but got rescheduled for Thursday instead due to the weather warning.