You can now buy slices of cake from a slew of royal weddings.
A slice of fruit cake from Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ wedding headlines an auction of famous wedding cakes at the end of the month. The sale is being put together by London’s Julien’s Auctions.
A piece of the famous 1981 Princess Diana wedding cake is slated to go for up to nearly $2,000 (or £1,300). Meanwhile, a slice from the 2005 wedding of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, is set to go for about $600.
But that’s not all. Cake from the most recent royal wedding, which saw Prince William marry Kate Middleton, is also up for sale.
Darren Julien, who is the president of Julien’s Auctions, told The Telegraph: “The Stafford London’s location is ideal for Royal fans and this celebration of Royal Wedding Cakes through the years highlights the everlasting design of each cake, inspired by the bride and groom and period of each wedding.”
While these royal wedding cake slices are going for big bucks, the average cake from a normal nuptial went for about $466 in 2014, up from $451 in 2013, according to The Huffington Post.