Prince George is obviously the apple of his grandparents' eye. Carole and Michael Middleton are reportedly set to splash out £4,560 on the young prince for a grand Christmas present.
So what is this amazing Christmas gift? A rocking zebra. Yep, it's a funky take on a traditional rocking horse, and the Middletons have reportedly fallen in love with it.
A source told the Daily Mail: "A rocking horse has been on the Christmas list for some time.
"Carole saw it, absolutely loved it and called up to make some enquiries."
The zebra is made by the Stevenson Brothers, who wrote on their website: "Having grown up in Kenya, we often visited the plains of the Serengeti where massive herds of zebra and wildebeest roam.
"This was the inspiration behind the limited edition rocking zebra. The first edition rocking zebra quickly sold out; this new design of rocking zebra sits on a windswept aged grey oak stand and can be accompanied by a herd of wildebeest running along the base (£250 VAT per wildebeest).
"Tacked in muted tan and Havanna and mounted on aged rusty metal work, this design is bound to become a new collectible. Limited to 100 pieces."
Well, now Prince George has one, it's sure to be even more desirable.
Meanwhile, it's thought Kate and Wills are set to be a little more frugal with their Christmas present for George, and have got him a cute Brio Deluxe Railway Set, which you could even pick up yourself for £179.99 from woodentoystore.co.uk.
According to the Mirror, an £85 retro toy car will also see him wheeling around Anmer Hall with delight.
Kate has reportedly been getting in the Christmas spirit while in Norfolk, and was spotted taking Prince George to a local winter wonderland fair over the weekend.
According to the Daily Mail, he "clapped his hands with excitement" as he went round Santa's Magical Journey at Thursford, close to the family's new country home.
He got to go through a magical forest and meet Father Christmas himself, as well as see elves hard at work making toys.
General manager Geraldine Rye told the paper: "George seemed to have a lovely time. When I saw him, he was walking around.
"It wasn't a private visit and they were not given any special treatment. We only knew shortly beforehand that they were coming.
"They went around the winding path in our exhibition centre and would have seen animated animals like polar bears, penguins and reindeers as well as elves and snowmen."