After receiving a whopping 800 gifts for his first birthday, (yes, you heard right), it's hardly surprising that Prince George has continued to receive the best presents ever.
Get ready to be jealous, because the two-year-old is about to inherit a mini Aston Martin V8 Volante from Prince William, marking George's first ever sports car.
The green sports car, which boasts leather seats, a radio and even working headlights, was originally given to William and Harry by Prince Charles in 1988. And according to The Sunday Express, Wills has now taken the mini sports car out of the Sandringham Museum to have it renovated for his son. Naw!
'The car has been in the Sandringham museum for many years after William and Harry outgrew it,' a source at the Sandringham told the publication. 'But it's always belonged to them so there was nothing to stop them using it again. Everyone is looking forward to seeing George drive it. I should think he'll be in the car within a year.'
George DOES already have a ride on fire engine and a toy tractor, so it's only right that he adds a vintage sports car to his automobiles collection...
Prince George had us all gasping last year when he turned two - because wait until you hear what he received. Nope, baby George wasn’t given any old toddler tat, but his very own £18,000 cottage on wheels. Obvs.
Indeed, Grandad Prince Charles pulled out all the stops and had George his very own handmade shepherd’s hut designed for him to play in when he visits Highgrove House where his grandparents live. As if that wasn’t enough, the Victorian-style outhouse even came complete with wood-burning stove and day bed. Could this be the most luxurious wendy house a two-year-old has ever received? We think so.
To celebrate Prince George’s birthday further, Gramps also renovated the treehouse originally installed in 1989 for Dad Prince Williams seventh birthday. The old wooden house has been moved onto slate pillars, with a new door in the shape of a holly leaf and will soon have its roof rethatched, so now baby George has not one, but two garden houses to play in.
The most mind-boggling part of all? We’re talking gifts from just one family member, and while little has been divulged of what parents Kate and Wills gave their son, we are certain it will be just as overwhelming – not to mention the rest of his family and the entire British public..
If you fancy a peek at the gifts Prince Charles gave to his grandson, tours of the Prince of Wales' Gloucestershire home include a guided tour of the 15-acre garden where both huts are located. Race you there.