Always making headlines wherever they go, Prince William and Kate Middleton stunned many parents at a winter festival when the couple brought their 1-year-old son Prince George to meet San Claus. Away from the prying eyes of the paparazzi while taking their holiday break, the Cambridges toured the Santa's Magical Journey attraction in the English countryside country of Norfolk on Saturday, Dec. 20.

Located in Thursford, 18 miles from Anmer Hall (Will and Kate's new residence), the Christmas attraction welcomes the royal couple and their 16-month-old Royal toddler to enjoy their animated reindeers, polar bears, elves set and fake snow. Much to the delight of the proud parents, Prince George gazed in awe as he enjoys the Christmas wonders and marvel at the twinkling light of the winter exhibit.

"The highlight of the treat was when he walked through a magical forest and go into Santa's house so he could meet the great man himself," the Mirror reports. "With William and Kate stood beside him, the little Royal had a chat with Father Christmas before being given a gift-wrapped wooden train as a present."

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their son joined the rest of the crowd to visit Santa's grotto at the Thursford event centre where they booked the ticket in advance. Just like anyone, the popular duo paid a standard entrance fee of 9.50 pounds each and 15.50 pounds for George for their second unofficial visit for the Christmas attraction.

To avoid attracting attention from the public, the Royal family were given a 15-minute slot for a smooth arrival and even took some times to mingle with other parents. Like any customers, the royals were not given a special treatment and locals did not even bother to take pictures as they enjoy their winter holidays.

Little boy and girls were given a special gift by the end of their visit and Prince George took home a wooden train given by Santa Claus himself just like any kids who went to visit the Christmas hero. The Thursford's Santa's Magical Journey attraction has been attracting 50,000 visitors each year since they started eight years ago.