Though he may be royalty, four-year-old Prince George doesn’t want much this Christmas. In fact, according to the handwritten letter he wrote to Santa—which his father, Prince William, personally delivered today—he only wants one thing: a police car.
The little royal had the opportunity to ask for five potential gifts, but he only wrote down one. He scribbled “police car” in the third slot, mind you, not the first, so his request would be right in the middle of the page. “Love, George,” he signed the note. He even pointed out that he’s been nice this year.
We are melting over this display of cuteness:
Prince George seems to be a fan of automotives. He was recently seen living his best life while checking out helicopters in Germany, and made an adorable appearance at the Royal Air Show with his family in 2016. Now, it seems he’s moved on from airborne vehicles and is sticking to cars—or at least, that’s what his wish list has led us to believe.
Prince William handed over the letter to “Santa” today during his royal tour in Helsinki, Finland. Though he traveled solo, he still kept his son in mind while being apart from his family.
“I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter,” the father of two told Santa, People reports. “He hasn’t written down many requests, so I think one request is probably okay.”
So far, there’s no word on what George’s two-year-old sister, Princess Charlotte, wants for Christmas, but we’re sure her wish list is equally adorable.
This time next year, the royal tots will be celebrating the holidays with a new sibling.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US