Prince William Reveals Prince George's Role In School Nativity Play And What The Boy Wants For Christmas

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Prince George is in the Christmas spirit and it is all so adorable to see.

The Duke of Cambridge was recently at the Children's Global Media Summit in Manchester when he decided to share a little bit about what his four-year-old son has been up to lately.

Speaking to the kids about his holiday plans, he said;

I went to my boy's nativity play. It was funny.

Of course, we all want to know what role Prince George played in the show, and it's a good thing his dad was open to sharing this information.

"He was a sheep," he said, laughing.

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Oh, what we wouldn't give to have seen that particular moment.

And speaking of heartwarming holiday moments, Prince William was also forthcoming about what his son wanted for Christmas.

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During an official event in Finland, the dad was able to personally deliver a written note from his son to Father Christmas. In a closeup shot of the picture, it was clear the kid only wanted one thing - a police car. Considering the fact that he had much space to write down what he wanted, we can say that the boy was certainly not greedy.

The sweet moment between dad and Santa was posted on the royal family's official social media pages and a lot of people had to admit that it was one of the sweetest things ever.

The 35-year-old dad told Santa while meeting him, that "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," he added.

William also added that his son was nice during the year as indicated in the circle around the word 'nice' that Prince George has drawn.

Let's hope the cutie gets his Christmas wish.