Each year Santa receives thousands of letters from boys and girls across the world, but this year he’s been given a special royal request.
While on visit to Finland, Prince William hand delivered Prince George’s Christmas list to Father Christmas.
The little royal only asked for one gift this year – a toy police car.
In the letter, filled out by the four-year-old, George had circled the option ‘nice’ when it asked what type of boy he’d been this year.
The Duke of Cambridge reportedly backed up the little prince’s claim with a laugh, saying “he’s been a nice boy,” 9Honey reported.
Prince William ran into Father Christmas on the second day of his tour in Finland.
Day 2 of The Duke's Finnish tour included a meeting with Father Christmas! His Royal Highness also paid a visit to the opening ceremony of SlushHQ – Europe's largest annual technology event which celebrates startups and tech talent. At Lauttsaari Comprehensive School, The Duke dropped into some coding lessons, which is a key part of the Finnish curriculum. The Royal Visit finished with HRH meeting Finnish Air Force pilots, where he learnt more about their missions and tasks, and how to fly in extreme winter weather. #RoyalVisitFinland ????PA
William went on to say, “He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably ok.”
The young royal signed off the letter without his royal title in front of his name.
William was travelling solo on his trip but clearly had the youngster on his mind.
The Duchess of Cambridge originally planned to join her husband but changed plans after the announcement of her third pregnancy.
The world is still buzzing after news broke that Prince Harry is engaged to Meghan Markle.
Clarence House made the exciting announcement on Monday, revealing that Prince Charles was “delighted to announce the engagement of Prince Harry to Ms Meghan Markle.”
The pair are due to wed next May, with further details to be revealed in due course, but there’s heavy speculation Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte will likely be included in the wedding party as an adorable page boy and flower girl.