Prince William turned 32 on Saturday, but did the birthday boy's good fortune last all weekend long?
Nope—at least not on the field! Kate Middleton's hubby and Prince Harry played on opposing teams Sunday for the June Goldin Group Charity Cup at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire, and it was the younger royal whose team won the game.
Don't feel too bad for Wills, though—he's a good sport! Plus, if he's feeling down in the dumps at all, he can always hop on the $13.6 million helicopter grandmum Queen Elizabeth II reportedly gifted him this weekend.
And maybe the next time William hops on a horse for a game of polo, he should make sure his cheerleaders tag along! The future king played another charity match on Father's Day, and unexpectedly, Duchess Kate and little Georgie were both on the sidelines showing their support. It was an "impromptu family day out," said Clarence House, and it also marked the first time we saw the royal baby since the family left Australia on Apr. 24 following their 19-day tour.
At the game, George walked around a bit (with mom's help) and was also seen kicking around a soft soccer ball.
Something tells us William's mini-me is going to be an athlete just like dad!