Headlines from media outlets summed up the outrage from the left, with the U.K.'s Daily Mirror proclaiming, "Outrage as Prince George plays with toy and knife on family day out amid surge in violence", and several citing quotes from Twitter users such as, "sad to see him playing with a gun when the United Kingdom has a crime problem". My American side here, biased maybe b/c of everyday #gunviolence in US, but my British side agrees.
These worries primarily stem from how some toy guns are made to look just like real ones, creating a fear that if presented with a real gun, the child won't understand the danger in it.
But the prince and princess were clearly having far too much fun to actually sit down and watch the match. "Lucky George isn't black or police would have shot him", one user wrote.
Kate was just like any other mom as she cuddled her kids on the sidelines and then hurried after them as they ran off to play.
When it comes to toys and playing, it's been known that the Duke and Duchess encourage their littles ones to go outside.
"People need to get a grip over Prince George and his toy gun".
What do you think about the toy gun?
William's match, which saw the Maserati team take on the Dhamani 1969 side, is part of the two-day Gloucestershire Festival of Polo, hosted by Beaufort Polo Club from 9th-10th June.
"Kate alone shouldn't be blamed about this as we don't know who owns the toys, but someone should have said that this is NOT OK".
Sterling wage demands stall Man City contract talks
Contract talks between Manchester City and Raheem Sterling reportedly break down due to a disagreement over the player's wages. City's Belgian maestro is reported to get £350,000 each week and is one of the Premier League 's top earners as a result.
Apple to officially bless USB-C with 2019 iPhone
That's a odd thing to say, because Apple would actually be late to the party if it ends up switching to USB-C in 2019. At least, that's what is being reported as Apple's plan for the iPhone models set to be released in 2019.
Ivanka Trump's 'Chinese proverb' might not be real
A pseudo-Confucian version was fabricated in 1962 - perhaps explaining why Ms Trump believed it was a Chinese proverb. He tweeted, "Three minutes of googling suggests this is a fake Chinese Proverb".
E3 2018: New Last Of Us 2 Details Revealed
Regarding the game's advancements overall, Druckmann said the environments are "broader, more complex, and more detailed". It took place in a dance hall that looked like the hall in which the actual E3 2018 Sony briefing was held.