Though the six-year-old's choice of presents isn't entirely surprising, as he's developed a strong interest in soccer this year.
On October 5, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed alongside Prince George and Princess Charlotte at a match between Norwich City and Aston Villa in Norwich, England.
George certainly enjoyed the day out and could be seen enthusiastically clapping throughout the game - wearing an Aston Villa shirt to show royal support for his father's favourite team.
Further demonstrating his newfound love for the sport, the future King flew the red and white flag in an England football shirt in photographs released to mark his sixth birthday on July 22.
But the Duke of Cambridge isn't entirely happy about his son's favourite team.
During the Christmas episode, the 37-year-old added: "I try not to be too biased. I said you can support anyone but Chelsea. So naturally, he supports Chelsea."
The news come amid speculation that we may see Prince George very soon.
Speculation is rife that he and sister Princess Charlotte will join their parents for the very first time this year in the now-famous walk from Sandringham House, where the Queen hosts the big day, to St Mary Magdalene Church.
All we want for Christmas is another photograph of George chomping on a candy cane.