Princess Charlotte comes from a long line of horse girls. Her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth, for example, took her first riding lessons at just three years old, and continues to ride today. And both Princess Anne and Zara Tindall have competed at the Olympic level in equestrian events.
So it only makes sense that Will and Kate's only daughter is "obsessed with horses" and would like a pony for Christmas. "She's asked for a pony," reports Closer, per the Daily Mail. But she might have to wait until next year because Prince William reportedly "thinks she's too young."
Prince George, on the other hand, has apparently asked for some new sporting equipment this holiday. "George is really into tennis and has asked for a new racket and a football table," a source told the British tabloid.
Earlier this summer, tennis pro Roger Federer revealed that he had given the young royal a lesson. "At that stage it’s all about just touch the ball, it’s already good. Same with my boys," Federer said. "I love to see that they're into tennis or into sports,” he continued. “His mum has always enjoyed their tennis. I hope that he'll still say the same in a few years' time.”
George and Charlotte's one-year-old brother Prince Louis is just starting to find his words, so it's unlikely that he's already asking for specific presents.
"You remind me of my little Louis, he keeps saying 'Me, Me, me' and he wants to come everywhere with me," Kate said of her youngest just last week while helping to pick out Christmas trees as an event with her new patronage Family Action.
We have a feeling he'll still have plenty of gifts to unwrap come December 25.
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