A royal wedding is always one of the most talked events around the globe and perfection is the only acceptable thing. No one’s expecting anything less and everyone has to be on their best behavior and greatest outfit. The cake is just adding to the entire atmosphere of elegance and royalty. A newly wedded royal couple can’t cut a simple cake in front of their guests and the entire world. The cakes that we see may not be entire real, since the edible part is just the smallest part at the top of the cake, but the spectacle is truly spectacular.
Princes Diana’s and Prince Charles’ wedding cake in 1981 that weighed 225 pounds.
Queen Elizabeth’s and Prince Phillip’s cake in 1947 that weighed 500 pounds.
Prince Albert’s II and Princess Charlene’s 2011 cake.
Kate Middleton’s and Prince William’s 2011 cake that looked less stunning, but was extremely intricate.
King Constantinos’ and Princess Anne-Marie’s wedding cake in 1964 united the Greek and Danish kingdoms.
Prince Carl Philip’s and Princess Sofia’s wedding cake in 2015 is a collection of multiple small cakes that could be considered a work of art.
Princess Margaret’s and Antony Armstrong-Jones’ cake in 1960 that weighed 150 pounds.
A royal wedding is always a big event that is being watched by millions of people worldwide. This means that everything, including the cake, must look perfect and make people stare in amazement.