Nottinghamshire's Police and Crime Commissioner makes Prince George's Christmas wish come true

The toy police car
The toy police car

Nottinghamshire's police and crime commissioner Paddy Tipping has made sure that four-year-old Prince George did not wake up disappointed on Christmas Day.

It was reported that a toy police car was top of Prince George's wish-list this Christmas and the commissioner made sure that the Prince got his wish.

Mr Tipping bought a toy police Land Rover, appropriately decked out in Nottinghamshire Police's logo, for delivery to Kensington Palace in time for the big day - just in case Father Christmas should forget.

"Christmas is about making dreams come true and I couldn't let this one slip," said Mr Tipping.

"I'm sure that Prince George will receive lots of wonderful gifts this Christmas, but he said he wanted a police car, so we've made sure that he has got one.

"For an added authentic touch the car even sports a Nottinghamshire Police logo. I hope it will provide some good entertainment for the young prince."

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's eldest son, Prince George, aged four, wrote a note to Father Christmas which was passed on by his father during a trip to Finland's capital city Helsinki last month.

In it he said that he only wanted one thing for Christmas this year - a toy police car.