Prince George's Amazing Christmas Plans
22 December 2014, 13:51 | Updated: 22 December 2014, 14:01
From meeting Father Christmas and hanging out with Santa's elves, to an amazing Christmas list, find out what the future King of England will be getting up to on his second Christmas.
Before The Big Day:
The Prince has already been out celebrating the festive season with mum and dad, when he was treated to a surprise trip to Santa's Magical Journey in Norfolk.
The 17-month-old could barely contain his excitement as he got to sit on Santa's lap and meet his little helpers, surrounded by his parents and a circle of discreet bodyguards… and some rather flabbergasted other visitors.
The future king wandered though an enchanted forest covered in fairy lights and fake snow. The toddler was even given a miniature wooden train as a parting gift and early Christmas present.
George's Christmas Wish List:
Topping young George's Christmas list is said to be a gorgeous zebra rocking horse priced at an eye-watering £4,650, which doting grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton are said to be splashing out on.
"A rocking horse has been on the Christmas list for some time" a source told the Daily Mail.
Retro toys seem to be a popular choice for the growing royal family this year. Reportedly also making it onto the list are a retro toy car , a Brio Deluxe Railway set and the book 'Happy Hooves Oh! Oh! Oh!' by author Anna Bogie.
The Families Christmas Plans:
Meanwhile Prince William and Kate Middleton will be spending the big day at Anmer Hall with Kate's sister Pippa Middleton and brother James Middleton.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be attending the Queen's Christmas Eve dinner then evening before at Sandringham House, before heading over with little George on Chrimstmas Day reports Vanity Fair.
After all the excitement of food, family and present wrapping, the family of three are expected to snuggle up to a special Christmas episode of 'Downton Abbey', which Prince William allegedly told executive producer Gareth Neame, he was particularly looking forward to the episode.