And now, makers of the TV show have given the cheeky royal a very special treat – he’s set to star in a special royal-themed episode of the show.
The brains behind the popular children’s cartoon have created a one-off episode - The Prince in Pontypandy - which is designed to be a nod to the series' famous little fan.
The storyline will feature a kind Prince who visits the fictional South Wales town of Pontypandy on official royal duties but ends up having to use his helicopter rescue skills to save the day.
While four-year-old George isn’t actually named in the episode, show producers have confirmed that the one-off episode is a tribute to George, rather than his father, Prince William who worked as an air ambulance helicopter pilot until earlier this year.
The special royal episode, which is due to be screened in the U.K this week, will be released next year around the world as part of Fireman Sam Series 11.
The show was created by ex-firemen Dave Gingell and Dave Jones and first broadcast only in Wales in 1987.
It is now broadcast in 155 territories and has been translated into 36 languages.
Ian McCue, the programme's senior producer, said: “Fireman Sam has been enjoyed by generations over the past 30 years and is a true icon of children’s television around the world.
The show and brand continues to go from strength to strength with stories of bravery and action all rooted in the small and caring community of Pontypandy based in Wales.
"We can’t wait for fans to see the special royal episode and the new series which will be out next year.”