A royal wedding is always a time of great excitement, as regal fans join in the celebrations and wait to see the bride’s breathtaking dress, beautiful flowers and bridal party on the big day. The wedding cake is also a highly anticipated part of a royal wedding, and we’ve seen several spectacular royal cakes throughout
After Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding comes the afterparty, and with the afterparty (or reception, if you’re classy), comes the CAKE! Buckingham Palace previously let everyone know that Eugenie and Jack chose to have a red velvet cake for their big day, and now your first look at the confection is finally here.
Call it the Prince Harry effect. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been setting hair trends left and right as of late — take Meghan Markle with her Audrey Hepburn–esque eyebrows and Prince Harry with, yes, his ginger beard. The latter is said to be playing a key role in the U.K. men’s-grooming industry.
The Royal wedding has finally happened, and if you’re obsessing over every flawless detail, you’re definitely not alone. Some people want to steal the dress or the hair or the shoes, but if we’re being honest, we were all about that cake stand that held their elderflower cake. We’ve rounded up the best lookalikes online
With less than two months until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, Town & Country spoke with Fiona Cairns, the pastry chef who made the eight-tier fruitcake for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s nuptials in 2011. Here, she shares all the things you didn’t know about what goes into make a royal wedding cake.