The Duke of Cambridge has hand delivered his son's Christmas list to Father Christmas.
The 35-year-old royal passed on Prince George's wish list onto Santa Claus during a recent trip to Helsinki, in Finland, as they celebrated 100 years of independence.
But according to BBC News, the four-year-old does not have "many requests" this year.
Prince William - who also has two-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte with his wife Duchess Catherine, who is also pregnant with their third child - said: "He hasn't written down many requests, so I think one request is probably OK."
In George's handwritten list he insisted he had been "nice" over the past 12 months.
On the letter George wrote: "Dear Father Christmas this year I have been naughty/nice", to which the youngster circled the latter.
This was also backed up by William who confirmed George had been a "nice boy" recently.
The list offered people the option of penning five gifts they would like, however George only wrote down one - a police car, before he signed off.
The Kensington Palace Official Instagram account has shared an image of William meeting the festive figure.
The image of the pair, which was posted on the photo-sharing site, reads: "Prince George's Christmas Letter!
"The Duke of Cambridge hand delivered a letter written by Prince George to Father Christmas at Esplanade Park in Helsinki.
HRH is currently on Day 2 of #RoyalVisitFinland, which coincides in the year of the country's 100 year anniversary of independence. (sic)."
William visited Helsinki on his own without his spouse and children by his side on this occasion.
And during the trip William also met with the former American Vice President Al Gore, as well as Prince Daniel of Sweden at a festival celebrating technology.
William is also set to stop by a comprehensive school to observe the Finnish education system, and how they tackle the discussion surrounding mental health, which is a topic close to the royal's heart.