We don’t know much, but we do know two things are for sure: 1.) 28-year-old artist Laura Hadland has a weird idolization for Kate Middleton’s little sister; and 2.) That’s a lot of breakfast food. Hadland used 15,000 English crumpets and 100 jars of coloured spread (including jam, jellies and Marmite) in order to create his 43 x 66 feet (13 x 20m) portrait after Pippa was named the winner of the Beefeater Grill poll that begged the question which celebrity the Brits would like to “wake up to breakfast with” (Pippa won with 21%). The crumpets themselves weighed more than a ton. While Hadland and her team of a dozen helpers have done a lovely job of creating this large-format work of art, the artist has (rightfully) been criticized for wasting so much food. But wait, this isn’t Hadland’s first time using food for art – she has also received recognition for her large-format portraits made from toast.