Kate Middleton and Prince William's two oldest children were joined by their cousin Savannah Phillips, and viewers couldn't get enough of the sassy 7-year-old's antics at the monarch's annual birthday celebration in London.
At one point Peter and Autumn Phillip's eldest daughter even covered Prince George's mouth with her hand! She apparently had enough of him giggling:
In case you need a refresher on the extended royal family tree, Savannah is Princess Anne's granddaughter and the Queen's oldest great-granddaughter, the same generation as George and Charlotte. She was born on December 29, 2010, two years after her parents married at Windsor Castle.
Her younger sister Isla (pronounced eye-la) Phillips, 6, was also at the Queen's birthday festivities today wearing green. The two girls are 15th and 16th in line to the throne respectively.
The sisters have showed off their rambunctious sides before. Here they are getting goofy with cousin (Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall's daughter, in the purple jacket) at the Gatcombe Horse Trials earlier this year:
In case you're wondering, none of the three girls have royal titles due to the fact they're Princess Anne's granddaughters. Only the sons of the monarch (so, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward) technically pass down titles to their kids.
This isn't Savannah and Isla's first time at Trooping the Colour. They also hammed it up on the balcony in 2017. But for all of their adorable shenanigans, it's worth noting that Savannah also helped save the day this year after Princess Charlotte tripped. The sweet-hearted cousin appeared to comfort the toddler and make sure she's okay. (She was!)
Clearly the royal family is a bunch that sticks together.