Royal family: The incredibly cheeky cousin of Prince George and Princess Charlotte who has a reputation for stealing the show
Members of the Royal Family have a busy schedule all year round, and some of the gatherings are just plain exciting.
Whether it’s concerts, charity events, or big national days of celebration, there is always something to look forward to.
Trooping the Color is one such annual event that has gained notoriety for eliciting the most cheeky and hilarious behavior from the younger royals.
Well, who can blame them? Imagine standing on this famous balcony on a hot summer day with your close cousins as thousands greet you from below. It’s a dizzying thought.
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A young royal, Savannah Phillips has quite a history of behaving mischievously in front of the cameras.
Savannah is the oldest child of Peter Phillips and his ex-wife Autumn Phillips (née Kelly). She is also the granddaughter of Princess Anne, as well as the Queen’s eldest great-granddaughter.
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At Trooping the Color in 2018, Savannah and her first cousin Prince George must have had the best time as they were seen clapping and laughing profusely as the family appeared on the historic balcony.
As the palace gates opened, Savannah and her younger sister Isla ran straight to show their flying books to Princess Charlotte.
The Phillips children have their flight books with them every year and are often seen pointing skywards to spot the various planes that take part in the flypast.
As the flypast began, Prince George made his way forward and sandwiched himself between Savannah and Isla.
Throughout the show, the four royal children, Princess Charlotte, Savannah, Prince George and Isla were all animated and visibly excited by the various planes, especially the famous red arrows which left streaks of red, white. and blue in the London sky.
As the national anthem began to roar from the palace courtyard, Savannah was clearly not at all in awe of Prince George’s singing voice as she put her hand over his mouth to keep him from joining her. . She then continued to “hush”. .
The young royal then gave a slightly threatening, but equally hilarious, glance towards the camera.
This isn’t the first time that Savannah’s cheeky antics have caught our eye.
At Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding in 2018, Savannah played the role of bridesmaid, while Prince George played the role of a pageboy.
Ahead of the procession down the aisle of St George’s Chapel in Windsor, the couple were seen laughing at a shared joke, with George even having to cover his mouth to stifle his laughter.
The royal cousins are clearly incredibly close as they were seen playing together in the Maserati Charity Polo match.
Sitting on a hill with their mothers, Savannah didn’t seem too happy that George was sitting next to her as she nudged him lightly and he walked down the hill.
It was all fun and playful, as the couple were seen playing together and laughing a few minutes later.
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