Prince William personally delivered his son's letter to Santa while in Finland.
The young royal asked for a police auto before signing his letter to St. Nick.
The four-year-old prince also signed his name at the bottom of the form.More news: Cyclone Ockhi: Indian Navy deploys ships, aircraft to locate missing fishermen
"I've seen you and I had to give you this letter", William told the market Santa.
George is also sufficiently canny to realise that if he is to stand any chance of finding that police vehicle under the tree on Christmas morning, he had better try to convince Father Christmas that he has been a good boy. "The Duke then handed over a letter written from Prince George to Father Christmas #RoyalVisitFinland #Finland100".
Father Christmas also checked the letter twice to see if Prince George had been naughty or nice this year, and found the little Prince had circled an option to confirm he has been on his best behaviour.More news: Clemson, Auburn, Oklahoma, Wisconsin are playoff top 4
William approved of his son's holiday wish, saying, "He hasn't written down many requests, so I think one request is probably OK", according to the BBC.
He earlier took a tour of a virtual cockpit as he met tech start-ups at a global festival in the capital.
The Duke of Cambridge is on a two day visit to Finland to celebrate the nations 100th birthday. Impressive royal behavior for a 4-year-old. "He's been scrounging off my food the last few years".More news: Musharraf will say anything to find foothold in Pak: Omar