Prince William gave Santa Prince George’s Christmas list today, during his trip to Finland.
The Duke of Cambridge was visiting a traditional Christmas Market at Helsinki’s Esplanade Parkwhen he met Father Christmas, and handed over his son’s hand-signed list.
At the market, he pulled a small piece of paper from his suit jacket pocket and handed it over to the magic man from Laplan, saying: “I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter.”
The father-of-two, whose third child is expected in April 2018, thought because Prince George’s list ‘only had one request’ it would ‘be ok’ to give it to him.
“He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably ok,” Prince William laughed.
— Omid Mio Scobie (@_mio) November 30, 2017
This is beyond cute: Prince George’s letter to Father Christmas – and the first time we have seen the future king’s signature. PS he’s been nice and wants a police car! pic.twitter.com/QDiwlFiGBa
— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) November 30, 2017
Prince George wrote just one thing on the list – a police car. He also signed his name in large letters at the bottom.
The four-year-old future King circled that he had been ‘nice’ on the paper, which his father confirmed: “He’s been a nice boy.” Santa nodded in response.
William is on a two-day trip to the Nordic nation, and began with some ice-hockey and meeting the President yesterday.