Prince George's letter to Santa is actually the cutest thing ever

01 December, 2017, 06:37 | Author: Julian Swanson
  • Prince William hand delivers son Prince George's Christmas present wish-list to Santa Claus – and the future king

The second-in-line to the throne pulled the letter from his suit jacket pocket and handed it to Father Christmas, saying: "I've seen you and I had to give you this letter".

"He hasn't written down many requests, so I think one is probably OK", he added.

Making the case for his son getting the vehicle, a very proud Prince William pointed to the word "nice" on the letter and told Santa that George had "been a nice boy, a nice boy".

After trying really hard to be a good boy all year, Prince George has very politely asked Santa for a police vehicle.

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Look at his handwriting
Dominic Lipinski PA Images via Getty Images Look at his handwriting

On day one of his two day visit to the Scandinavian country William met teenagers who have turned their lives around thanks to playing ice hockey as he begins a two-day visit to Finland.

Just to make sure he definitely got it, you know?

Despite his royal status and public admiration, it seems that Prince George might be one of the least demanding children ever. I assume he won't be getting a real police vehicle come December 25, but then again, he is the future King of England ... Impressive royal behavior for a 4-year-old. George had circled "nice". People notes that a toy police vehicle (if the request was indeed for a toy, although, knowing royals, perhaps not) would round out George's collection since he already has a toy helicopter and fire truck. "Love, George", he signed the note. But really, these kids are getting a new sibling and a new aunt in the coming months - what more could they ask for?



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