Prince George and Princess Charlotte had the time of their lives at a sailing event Thursday, hamming it up for the electronic cameras and making goofy faces.

The two royals attended the inaugural King’s Cup regatta in Cowes, England, which was hosted by Prince William and Kate Middleton to benefit charities. Their grandparents Carole and Mike Middleton were likewise at the event.

George, who just turned 6, flaunted a toothy smile with a gap while presenting in a captain’s hat, life vest and a nautical blue and white shirt.

Say cheese! 
Yet another funny face. 

Charlotte had a bit more fun with the video cameras and enjoyed making wacky faces and poking out her tongue at the crowd (even as Mom and Grandma searched).

The Duchess of Cambridge -- with Charlotte and Carole Middleton -- look through a window at the prize giving after the King's
Charlotte continued to make funny faces throughout the event. 

George just recently showed off the loss of a few of his teeth in the sweet photos the royal household published for his birthday (though it appears he’s lost a few of his top teeth now too).

The future king positioned in an England soccer jersey in photos taken by the Duchess of Cambridge. Two of the photos were taken in the garden of the household’s Kensington Palace house while one was taken while the family was on trip.

The royals just recently got back from a trip to among their favorite trip hangouts on the personal island of Mustique, where you can rent their villa for a reported $27,000 a week.


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Marco Bitran
Husband and father of two children under age 5, Marco also enjoys walks in nature, squash, running road races, and photography. He regularly contributes significant time and resources to the Combined Jewish Philanthropies, the MSPCA and other animal rights organizations, and the Bitran Charitable Foundation. Marco has also volunteered and consulted for public housing support organizations such as the Somerville Homeless Coalition, created by the local community’s grassroots response to the social crisis of homelessness.