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Food The Fascinating Reason Why British Royals Save the Top of Their Wedding Cake

20:11  16 may  2018
20:11  16 may  2018 Source:   rd.com

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Unlike American tradition where the cake top is saved (and stored in the back of the freezer) to be enjoyed on So will Prince Harry & Meghan Markle save the tiers of their lemon elderflower cake ? Speaking of their wedding , did you know that the royal couple will have to follow these two rules

Unlike American tradition where the cake top is saved (and stored in the back of the freezer) to be enjoyed on the first anniversary, the British royal family has a different purpose for So will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle save the tiers of their lemon elderflower cake ? It’s still too soon to tell.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been shaking it up in terms of royal wedding traditions. Though much about their big day is still under wraps, we do know the couple opted out of the traditional fruitcake served at royal weddings and decided to serve a lemon elderflower cake instead. Prince William and Kate Middleton (and many generations before them!) had dutifully served the traditional dessert at their wedding. It has also been rumored that the new royal couple will be hiring a very unorthodox vendor for the after party. But will Prince Harry and Meghan break another tradition when it comes to their dessert?

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Unlike American tradition where the cake top is saved (and stored in the back of the freezer) to be enjoyed on the first anniversary, the British royal family has a different purpose for So will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle save the tiers of their lemon elderflower cake ? It’s still too soon to tell.

Unlike American tradition where the cake top is saved (and stored in the back of the freezer) to be enjoyed on the first anniversary, the British royal family has a different purpose for So will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle save the tiers of their lemon elderflower cake ? It’s still too soon to tell.

Saving the top tier

Unlike American tradition where the cake top is saved (and stored in the back of the freezer) to be enjoyed on the first anniversary, the British royal family has a different purpose for saving their cake: to serve at their future children’s christenings. How sweet! (Pun intended.)

According to Fiona Cairns, the baker of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding cake, the first tier was served at the christening of Prince George in 2013 and the second at Princess Charlotte’s in 2015. It is still unknown if the third royal baby, Prince Louis, will also have a tier served at his christening. In an interview with Town & Country, Cairns said that she 'would like to be involved with third christening' as she was with the previous two royal children, but 'doesn’t want to speculate.'

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In the past, wedding cakes served at royal weddings have had multiple tiers. At Queen Elizabeth II’s wedding to Phillip Mountbatten, the cake was stacked on stakes to Having tiers is a royal tradition, especially since there’s a fascinating reason that British royals save the top of their wedding cake .

The menu at the royal wedding will be good. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to have their wedding reception catered by Table Talk, which boasts "sensational food" at "bespoke events," the The Fascinating Reason Why British Royals Save the Top of Their Wedding Cake .

So will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle save the tiers of their lemon elderflower cake? It’s still too soon to tell. But it isn’t too soon to start baking a delicious Triple Layer Lemon Cake of our own to celebrate the couple’s upcoming celebration. In the meantime, check out these 14 other times Prince Harry and Meghan Markle broke royal protocol.

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