Royalist Terry Hutt poses with a cake and card he received from Kensington Palace on his 80th Birthday as he continues his wait for a new Royal baby at the Lindo wing, April 30, 2015 in London, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
As the great wait for the birth of the second royal baby continues, Duchess Kate and Prince William are again turning their attention to the group of dedicated fans who have been camped outside St. Mary’s Hospital for weeks.
One of the fans, Terry Hutt, received an 80th birthday cake and a card today from Kensington Palace.
The thoughtful gift came on the heels of the sweet treats William, 32, and Kate, 33, sent to fans outside the hospital on Tuesday, two boxes of pastries and croissants to be exact.
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Those treats were tied with a pink ribbon, leading royal watchers to speculate Kate could be due with a girl. Royal sources insist the couple does not know the gender of their unborn baby so this time around the cake to Hutt was tied with both blue and pink ribbons.
The fans — decked out head to toe in Union Jack gear — have been camped outside St. Mary’s Hospital in London since mid-April, the beginning window for Kate’s due date. Though she said her due date range was from mid-April to the end of the month, Kate has still not entered the hospital as of today, the last day of April.
Kate and William are waiting out her pregnancy with their older son, George, at their home in Kensington Palace.
Kate was spotted behind the wheel of a Range Rover on Tuesday – reportedly driving George to Buckingham Palace’s swimming pool – and yesterday both she and William brought George to Buckingham Palace to spend some private time as a family and celebrate the couple’s fourth wedding anniversary.
Source: ABC Entertainment News