Prince William delivers son's letter to Santa in Finland

Prince William delivers son's letter to Santa in Finland

Prince William delivers son's letter to Santa in Finland

In the letter the Duke of Cambridge's eldest child has listed that he would like to receive just one thing in his stocking this year. That's when he handed him George's Christmas list, which one thing written on it: a police vehicle.

The kindergartner had circled that he was "nice" and not "naughty" this year and wrote that he would like a police auto from Santa.

The template letter had the printed word "naughty" crossed out in pencil and the handwritten words "police car" and "George" added, apparently by the young prince.

The Duke of Cambridge grinned from ear to ear as the man dressed as Santa Claus read the four year old's letter at Esplanade Park's Christmas market in Helsinki, on the second day of his tour of Finland.

Prince George wants Santa Claus to give him one toy this Christmas
In his handwritten note George informed Santa that he wants a police car to be under his tree this Christmas

In fact, according to the handwritten letter he wrote to Santa-which his father, Prince William, personally delivered today-he only wants one thing: a police vehicle.

"I've seen you and I had to give you this letter", William said to St. Nick. "He hasn't written down many requests, so I think one request is probably OK".

The cute exchange came after the Prince met members of the Finnish Air Force at Helsinki airport.

William is making his first official visit to the Nordic nation which is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its independence with a year-long series of events.

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