By Simon Perry / People.com
Updated: November 30, 2017
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This story originally appeared on People.com.

Prince William personally delivered a very special note to Santa Claus on Thursday.

Bumping into the guy with the big white beard during a walkabout in chilly Helsinki, Finland, the royal dad of two handed over a handwritten note from his son, Prince George.

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In his clear, 4-year-old’s handwriting, George informed Santa that he wants a police car to be under his tree this Christmas.

And he wasn’t greedy in his holiday requests — the little prince left four of the five lines on the pre-printed note empty.

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.”

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“He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably okay,” William said.

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William even added that his son had been “nice” during the past year — the schoolboy prince had circled nice rather than naughty at the top of the letter.

If George gets his request, the police car will no doubt add to his toybox of helicopters and a fire truck that he was fond of as a toddler.

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However, there is no news on what his sister. Princess Charlotte, wants yet.

William is in Finland on a two-day official visit and he used a public outing on the first day to congratulate his brother Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding news — and hoping that married life might keep his brother from raiding his fridge.

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