Prince George and Princess Charlotte are allegedly excited for the holidays.

In its Dec. 20 issue, Woman’s Day claimed that Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children know exactly what they want.

“George has asked for a Nintendo Switch, but if Father Christmas goes for it, he’ll have to find some way to sneak it past the royal gifting protocols. Instead, George would have to settle for more appropriate gifts like a full-size cricket bat, a bigger bike, graphic novels, or an advanced Lego set,” the source said.

The source also claimed that Princess Charlotte is obsessed with ponies so she will most likely ask for a horse for Christmas.

“Charlotte is obsessed with her pony and has asked Father Christmas for a new saddle, bridle, and some pretty blankets for it. She’s always underfoot at the Sandringham stables, soaking up everything she can,” the source said.

According to the source, Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s brother, Prince Louis is the easiest one to buy a Christmas present for. After all, the 3-year-old is obsessed with dinosaurs and trains.

So, for Christmas, he asked for a dinosaur board game, as well as a dinosaur outfit. Prince Louis also wants bouncy ball seats.

Their cousins, Archie and Lilibet will allegedly receive a wide range of Christmas gifts because Prince Harry and Markle want to go all-out this year.

“Archie is going to have a vastly different budget spent on his gifts. He’ll be getting everything from V-tech computers to his first karaoke machine. He wants a dinosaur, a kitten, and a pony,” the source said.

Prince Harry also wants to buy Archie a drum kit. However, Meghan Markle is urging him to hold off on his plans because they are still fixing Lilibet’s sleeping patterns.

The youngest members of the royal family will also be treated to special presents from their parents and cousins. Lilibet, August, and Sienna won’t miss out on all the fun and festivities even though they won’t be celebrating Christmas together.

As of late, there’s still no confirmation as to what the royals would give their children for Christmas. So, it’s best to take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.

It is also important to note that the royal family doesn’t normally share what gifts they give to each other on special occasions.