Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Finally End Feud Over This Critical Wedding Detail

March 20, 2018

The wedding bells are ringing, well, almost. Wedding season is around the corner. Many brides and grooms are working hard to finalize their wedding day details.



Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seem to be well on their way to a very well-planned, elegant wedding. Except for one thing holding it up: the cake flavor. Traditionally, the royal wedding cake flavor has been a fruitcake, but not for this couple. 



The handsome couple just recently revealed details about their spring wedding cake. According to the Associated Press, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided to go with a lemon elderflower cake with buttercream icing. It will be decorated with fresh flowers. Originally, the couple had planned on a banana cake, but for some reason, they changed their minds. 



Kensington Palace said the royal wedding cake will incorporate "the bright flavors of spring." The cake will be designed and decorated by pastry chef Claire Ptak who now runs "Violet Bakery" in London.


Prince Harry and Meghan will be getting married in St. George's Chapel of Windsor Castle, which is about 22 miles from London. The chapel can seat 800 guests. St. George's Chapel is where Harry was baptized in 1984.

The wedding will begin at noon, 7 a.m., ET, on May 19. The Right Rev. David Conner will conduct the service, while Rev. Justin Welby, who baptized and confirmed Meghan, will officiate the couple's wedding vows. 


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