Royal Couple Serves Baby Fan Club Pastries Outside London Hospital
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are a bit busy at the moment, handling the upcoming birth of their second child. Still, they took some time to add cheer to those wishing them well.
The Associated Press’ Danica Kirka reports the royal couple sent free pastries and hot beverages to visitors who were camped out at St. Mary’s Hospital in London.
The AP states the following, listing off all the goodies: “Prince William and the former Kate Middleton sent boxes with croissants, apple turnovers and cakes — together with coffee —to the five fans waiting in tents outside St. Mary's Hospital in London, where the royal couple plan for their second child to be born, Kensington Palace said.”
WochIt Entertainment offered the following video, which shows a Union Jack-clad crowd enjoying its treats:
And Twitter was all over the awesome and very kind gesture from what we presume to be relatively preoccupied parents:
Now the images certainly paint a lovely portrait, one of grateful fans who were already well enamored with the expecting parents.
However, the AP received a few words from the group. John Loughrey, who is 60-years-old, told reporters, “They thought of us; I'm really touched.”
The rest of the world is only slightly losing its collective mind over the birth of the royal couple’s second child.
If you were trying to glean hints at any spoilers, Kathy Martin (50), who is in the group, states that the box of baked goods came with pink ribbons, which she believes is something of a clever hint to the fan club.
The rest of you lazy bums will have to get your pastry and coffee fix elsewhere as you await the specific news that has the entire world watching London at the moment.
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