Prince William delivers son's letter to Santa in Finland


Prince William did his best to ensure George's wish comes true by passing along his son's request to Father Christmas on Thursday in Helsinki, Finland.

In a 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.

Signing the letter "Love, George" with some seriously adorable 4-year-old penmanship, it's hard to imagine anyone saying no to the little guy. Then, he said he only wanted one thing for Christmas-a police vehicle.

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.

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The youngster appears to have also circled an option stressing he's been on his best behaviour for the previous year. It's the second day of William's first official visit to Finland.

Pulling out the note during a visit to a festive market, William, 35, told Santa, 'I've seen you and I had to give you this letter'. (Clever way to box Santa in, kid!) That little detail wasn't lost on his dad, who totally backed his son up by telling Santa, "He hasn't written down many requests, so I think one request is probably okay".

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

Yesterday William joked that brother Harry's engagement to Meghan Markle should hopefully stop him nicking his food.