By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Tasty: Pippa Middleton's bottom and face made from a staggering 15,000 crumpets
It took 15,000 crumpets and 24-hours of work from more than a dozen tireless workers.
But this ingenious tribute to arguably Britain's most famous face and bottom using one of the UK's favourite breakfasts is complete.
Cheeky artist Laura Hadland has proved Royal bridesmaid Pippa Middleton really is a tasty bit of crumpet, using more than 100 jars of spreads, including butter, jam and Marmite to create the shading on the 13 metre by 20 metre giant mosaics.
Working up an appetite: A team of 15 helpers spent over 24 hours designing creating the collages of Pippa's face and bottom
The crumpets themselves weighed more than a ton.
Laura, 28, recreated the iconic wedding day picture after Pippa topped a Beefeater Grill poll to find the female celebrity Britons would most like to 'wake up to breakfast with'.
She secured 21 per cent of the vote in the survey of 2,000 people.
Famous: Workers put the finishing touches to the collage, based in part on the iconic image of Pippa entering Westminster Abbey behind her sister (right)
David Murdin, from Beefeater Grill, said: 'It's no surprise that someone as striking as Pippa has ranked as the country's top bit of crumpet.
'Sadly we may not be able to guarantee Pippa as part of our breakfast offering to guests but feel confident they'll enjoy our very own tasty crumpets and spreads, none-the-less.'
Fearne Cotton came second in the poll ,with 17 per cent of the vote, and Cheryl Cole came third, with 15 per cent.
The least favoured breakfast guests were reality TV star Katie Price and newlywed Kate Moss, both 3 per cent, and Caggie Dunlop, of Made In Chelsea fame, with two per cent.
Pretty: Pippa rides in the carriage from Westminster Abbey towards Buckingham Palace with bridesmaid Margarita Armstrong-Jones on her sister's wedding day