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Prince Harry Meghan Markle Wedding: Here’s how the sumptuous cake for royal affair was made! Watch video

Royal Wedding 2018: The couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, has chosen lemon elderflower cake to be served at their wedding.

Written by: India TV Lifestyle Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: May 19, 2018 21:53 IST ]
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Prince Harry Meghan Markle Wedding: Here’s how the sumptuous cake for royal affair was made! Watch video

The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that is taking place at the Windsor Castle in London today, is the most trending topic on the internet today. The Suits actress will be exchanging wedding vows with Prince Harry in the presence of her mother Doria Ragland. The couple arrives the St George’s Chapel at the castle to carry out the ceremonies. While the nuptials are taking place in the West, let’s have a look at the luxurious wedding cake that is expected to majestic and exquisite as the wedding itself.

The couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, has chosen lemon elderflower cake to be served at their wedding. Though the cake sounds refreshing, it is a break from the traditional fruit cake, which is usually served at British weddings.

The official handle of The Royal Family shared a video of the Pastry chef Claire Ptak, preparing the flavourful wedding cake.

The tweet read, "Watch as baker Claire Ptak begins work on the #RoyalWedding Cake!"

In another tweet by official handle of Kensington Palace the ingredients, with quantities, were shared for the wedding cake.

The post read, "200 Amalfi lemons | 500 organic eggs from Suffolk |20kgs of butter |20kgs of flour |20kgs of sugar| 10 bottles of Sandringham Elderflower Cordial |The baking of the #RoyalWedding cake is under way!"

The cake will be decorated with fresh flowers and butter cream frosting, according to the Kensington Palace. The choice of cake came as a deviation from the traditional eight-tier fruitcake at Prince William and Duchess Kate's wedding in 2011.

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