Christmas is everyone's favorite holiday and the Royal family is no different. The three adorable children of Prince Williams and Duchess Kate have reportedly written their lists for Santa in anticipation of the holiday.
Prince Williams and Duchess Kate have three adorable children — Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. With one of the most anticipated holidays on its way, it appears the royal trio can hardly wait for Christmas.
Sources disclosed to US Weekly that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, are not only excited for their favorite holiday but they have also completed their lists for Santa and want their parents to get a Christmas tree.
Kate Middleton and Prince William at the Guinness Storehouse’s Gravity Bar during day one of their visit to Ireland on March 03, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
The source described the royal children as "well-behaved" and praised Prince George for his exceptional behavior. In their words, "George is well-behaved. All the kids are, but Charlotte and Louis both have a cheeky streak."
Last year also marked the royal children's Christmas debut on the walk to church their parents in Sandringham, where they were welcomed by fans.
The royal family will be celebrating the festivities at the Queen's Sandringham Estate. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle will be joining the family with their son Archie.
Although the royal family celebration is controlled by strict rules, the children are excepted from following protocols. Last year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made Christmas fun for their kids with lavish decorations and presents.
Prince George reportedly asked for a new tennis racket and a football table while his sister wanted a pony. They also received "children's cookery sets" because they enjoyed playing in the kitchen.
Last year also marked the royal children's Christmas debut on the walk to church their parents in Sandringham, where they were welcomed by fans. Princess Charlotte received flowers and was spotted giving the Queen a cute curtsy.
They also joined the Queen for her annual pre-Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace. According to Mike Tindall, husband to Princess Anne's daughter, Zara, the children had their table in a separate room.
That same year, Kate and William appeared on "A Berry Royal Christmas," where they gushed about their children. During his visit to The Passage, a charity focused on helping homeless people in London, the father-of-three mentioned that Prince George had written his list for Santa.
The proud dad stated that his son enjoyed drawing, so he planned to give him something to do with art or football. As for their Christmas celebrations, Prince William hoped his children would be interested in baking his favorite treat "mince pies."