Kate Middleton and Prince William Treat Royal Baby Fans to Breakfast Outside St. Mary’s Hospital

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Even royal baby fans get hungry.

With Prince George’s little brother — or sister – due to arrive any day now, the Cambridges used food to show their appreciation for the growing crowd outside St. Mary’s Hospital in London.

According to several reports, Kate Middleton and Prince William sent over boxes of pastries (croissants and danishes), coffee and tea to a makeshift camp near the hospital’s Lindo Wing on Tuesday morning (Apr. 28, 2015).

“The Duke and Duchess saw reports of them camped out and wanted them to know they were thinking of them,” a palace aide tells Us Weekly.

According to one fan, two men came with two white boxes and “knocked on the tent and said, ‘Good morning, we have a present from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.’” [via People]

Naturally, the world is already focusing on one particular detail of the royal breakfast treat: the pink ribbon that tied the boxes of pastries.

Pink. Not Blue. Pink.

Make of that what you will, folks.

Launch the gallery, above, for more photos of the scene outside St. Mary’s Hospital.