Let them eat cake! Princess eugenie Y From Jack Brooksbank The actual wedding is less than 24 hours away, and we are learning the final details of the royal couple's nuptials. While we can not wait to see the guest list full of stars or the dress of the bride, the part of the day that we most expect is to finally put our eyes on the wedding cake.
During the weekend, the palace revealed that the cake designer chosen by Eugenie, Sophie Cabot, will create a luxurious red velvet and chocolate jam for the event. "Princess Eugenia of York and Mr. Brooksbank asked London-based cake designer Sophie Cabot to make her wedding cake" read a press release. "The red velvet and chocolate cake will be a traditional cake, with a modern touch, it will incorporate the rich colors of autumn in its design and will be covered with a detailed work of sugar, including ivy."
According to People, Cabot has been busy baking the royal wedding cake, having arrived at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday. The two-day operation has been anything but easy: the cake has to feed a 850 wedding guests at Reception of the Queen's lunchIn the end! With the expert baker who uses 400 eggs, 53 packages of unsalted butter, 33 pounds of organic flour and 44 pounds of sugar to create the confection. Other ingredients of the cake are the essence of vanilla, vanilla paste and red coloring. Cabot will include hand painted autumnal designs in his masterpiece.
According to PeopleCabot, 33, told reporters she feels "very honored" to have been chosen to bake the big dessert of the day. "The couple was very relaxed, very comfortable," he said about the tasting. "I got the feeling that the cake was something that they were very excited about."
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With less than 24 hours to go, we imagine that Cabot is finishing the final touches of the cake details.
"I am incredibly excited to have this wonderful opportunity to create such a special and unique cake," said the baker. "It's been lovely working with Princess Eugenie and Jack, and I really hope you enjoy the cake that day."