Royal Wedding Cake's Prince William and Kate Middleton Part II
Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding Cakes, Royal Wedding Cakes, Big Royal Wedding Cakes
Royal Wedding Cakes

Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding Cakes, Royal Wedding Cakes, Big Royal Wedding Cakes
Royal Wedding Cakes

Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding Cakes, Royal Wedding Cakes, Big Royal Wedding Cakes
Royal Wedding Cakes

Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding Cakes, Royal Wedding Cakes, Big Royal Wedding Cakes
Royal Wedding Cakes

Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding Cakes, Royal Wedding Cakes, Big Royal Wedding Cakes
Royal Wedding Cakes

Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding Cakes, Royal Wedding Cakes, Big Royal Wedding Cakes
Royal Wedding Cakes

Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding Cakes, Royal Wedding Cakes, Big Royal Wedding Cakes
Royal Wedding Cakes




Very excited

Ms Cairns's cake will be a focal point of the couple's Buckingham Palace reception which follows the wedding at Westminster Abbey on 29 April.

The cake will feature William and Kate's new cipher thought to feature the couple's entwined initials which will be officially released on their wedding day on 29 April.

Having received the commission to make the cake, Ms Cairns, 56, said that she couldn't believe it, she was very excited, very daunted and very privileged, a mixture of emotions.

"It's multi-tiered, doesn't have colour, it's cream and white like icing, and it's a traditional cake but also quite delicate and modern, all the tiers will have a different theme."

And she said of Miss Middleton's input: "She has guided us right from the beginning and has quite strong ideas.

"She knew very much what she wanted and she brought us mood boards and told us what influences she would like us to use on the cake."
'Sworn to secrecy'

BBC
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