Little Prince George can’t wait for Christmas and asked his dad the Duke of Cambridge to deliver a letter with a wish to Santa Claus. Prince William went to a two-day tour to Finland where he met Santa during a visit to the Christmas fair. Santa promised that he will give the Prince a squad car, which he asked in the letter.
“He didn’t make so many wishes, so to do one is completely not difficult,” said William seeing Santa at the fair and handed over a letter son. The letter was also a graph which I ask, how did the little Prince this year. Prince George circled the word “good”. William drew the attention of Santa Claus on the circled word and confirmed that George was acting diligently for a year. As the little Prince left his Royal signature below the letter.
A gift for William, Santa gave mulled wine and traditional gingerbread cookies.
Before going to meet Santa, William also met with the air forces of Finland at Helsinki airport.
At that time, as William attends various city and country in your Royal tour, his brother Harry does the future wedding with actress Meghan Markle. The wedding couple will celebrate next spring, and after it do not deny that soon they would have children. In his first interview, the question about future plans, they said, “Not now, no.” said the Prince, what a sweet laugh answered his lover. “Of course, all the time, and I hope that we will have our own family in the near future,” added Prince Harry.
Fans of Prince know that he adores children. This year it was noticed for a nice conversation with the children which shows that he does not mind to have their babies. In April, a member of the Royal family admitted their intentions. “Of course, I would love kids,” Harry said leading Brian Gordon in The Telegraph”s Mad World podcast. He also added that already is the godfather of five or six children of their friends.
If the couple has not decided the exact date and place of their wedding has been announced. “Windsor is a special place for Harry, and he and Megan had regularly been there for years. They are very excited to begin married life in this castle… Gala day is organized so that members of the public will be able to feel part of the celebration,” declared one of the representatives of Kensington Palace at the briefing.
It became known that the Royal family will pay the basic cost of the celebration, including the reception, food, flowers, decorations and Church services, and the taxpayers will pay for security. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are already listed in the list of honored guests, and as head of the Anglican Church, Archbishop of Canterbury, it is not yet known whether he will lead the Church ceremony.