Among the list of choices for children’s toys, a car is about as high as one can get. And when that car is a model of a vintage Aston Martin V8 Volante, it becomes even cooler.
Prince George is set to inherit one of only 25 miniature versions of the car that was first given to Prince Charles in 1988 as a present for his sons, William and Harry, the Daily Express reports.
The two-year-old is reportedly already “obsessed” with vehicles and rides around the grounds of his family’s house, Anmer Hall, on a toy tractor.
After William and Harry outgrew it, the model Aston was put into the Museum at Sandringham on the queen’s estate. William recently had the Balmoral green convertible taken out so it can be restored and ready for George.
The toy car has a 160cc Honda engine that allows it to hit speeds of up to 20 miles per hour, so watch out once Prince George gets behind the wheel!
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US