The Duchess of Cambridge
Prince George will inherit from his father, Prince William, a miniature Aston Martin V8 Volante, a car that was received as a gift by his grandfather, Prince Charles, for his children in 1988.
Duchess Kate’s husband was 6 years old when he drove the car for the first time, while his brother Prince Harry was 4, so it might not be too long before Princess Charlotte’s brother will enjoy the sports car.
According to the Sunday Express, the miniature green car was taken from the Sandringham museum in order to be renovated for the 2-year-old royal.
Kate and William’s son, who is a fan of vehicles, has already been gifted with wheeled toys. Even from the First Lady Michelle Obama he has recevied a Berlin Flyer P-Wee Wagon, during her visit to the United Kingdom in June.
According to The Sun, during her royal engagament in North Wales, in November, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, said that her son is “obsessed” with tractors and everything that has “big wheels.”
During her visit on the set of Downton Abbey at London’s Ealing Studios, last spring, Kate received a toy train for her son from a young actor from the British drama series, who portrays Master George Crawley.
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And talking about vehicles, the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, revealed during her and Prince William’s royal engagement in Dundee, last October, that she is “terrified” whenever her husband rides his Ducati motorbike, and that “hopefully” she “is going to keep George off it.”