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Kids around the world are busy writing their letters to Santa. The excitement is building as there are only a few weeks to go until the big day.


As his family prepares for the festive season, Prince William met one very special person to deliver his son’s Christmas list.


Prince William had the honour of meeting the man himself- Father Christmas-during his first official trip to Helsinki, Finland.


The Duke of Cambridge had the honour of passing his son’s Santa letter to the big man in person.


As William passed the letter to Santa he shared that his four-year-old son only wanted one gift this year.



The young royal asked Santa for a police car this Christmas. William shared, “He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably ok!"


George’s letter is by far the cutest letter we’ve ever seen. He addressed the letter to Father Christmas.


We simply cannot deal with how cute the four-year-old’s handwriting is.


The Duke explained to Santa that his son has been extremely well behaved this year. He stated that George “has been a nice boy”.




William enjoyed a visit to the Christmas Markets in Helsinki's Esplanade Park during his official visit to Finland.


The Duke got into the festive spirit as hundreds of people gathered to welcome him.


Despite the bad weather, William remained merry as he greeted the crowds.


It’s safe to say that George and Charlotte will be extremely excited to hear that their dad got to meet Santa Clause.



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