Prince George loves driving his mini-truck around the family’s country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk. The little royal has been gifted with his first set of wheels. It is a miniature version of a tractor worth £100 (AU $210.28). His parents Prince William and Kate Middleton have given him the liberty to experiment with the tractor toy in their country home.

The two-year-old royal seems to have inherited his love for the wheels from his dad William. Little George loves tractors and drives it around his country, The Sun reports.

The toy is made by agricultural company John Deere. George’s toy has a front loader and a tipping digger bucket. The company has put several models of its children’s toy online. All the toys are designed to help develop children’s motor and pedalling skills, Hello reports.

The company has a royal warrant and supplies toys to Queen Elizabeth II. Her granddaughter Zara Phillips is the brand ambassador of John Deere.

Middleton told during an official engagement in North Wales over the weekend that George is “obsessed” with tractors and anything that has “big wheels”. Also, the Duchess of Cambridge’s tot seems to be following in his father’s footsteps and is showing a deep interest in helicopters.

Pauline Hallett of Ogwen Mountain Rescue said that Middleton told them how much George loved choppers. “He knows all the different colours and asks her about all the parts. She laughed and said she tells George to ask Daddy as she has no idea,” she added.

Earlier, William was based in Anglesey with his wife, where he worked as an RAF search and rescue pilot. The 33-year-old royal currently volunteers as a pilot for charity East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Middleton does not want her son to inherit his dad’s passion for motorbikes. She told during an engagement in St Andrews, Scotland in October that she is “filled with horror” every time William goes for a spin on his motorbike. The mother-of-two is hoping to keep her son away from bikes, The Telegraph reports.

Meanwhile, George’s grandfather Prince Charles said in an interview with Sky News, that the toddler naturally and instinctively likes to be outdoors. He added that it was very interesting and he would love to see if George’s love for the outdoors would last, People reports. The 67-year-old British royal told that he is teaching his grandson about the environment and about climate change.

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