The royals are getting ready for Christmas!
Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 32, gave their son, Prince George, a pre-Christmas treat by taking him to see Santa Claus on Saturday, Dec. 20!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge reportedly joined a long line of locals waiting to meet Kris Kringle at the 'Santa's Magical Journey' display in Norfolk, England — a small town about 18 miles away from the royal couple's Anmer Hall residence.
"There was no special treatment for them," the venue's general manager, Geraldine Rye, told 'People.' "They walked through like everyone else. People were just happy to see them, like all the other families enjoying the experience."
"Like all the children, George was excited by what he saw and excited to meet Santa," she added.
After sitting on Santa's lap, George, 17 months, was allegedly gifted a wooden toy train by the man in red while his parents wished onlookers a "Merry Christmas."
Kate and William — who are expecting their second child next April — will join the rest of the royal family on Christmas Day at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham estate.