Prince Charles and Diana’s wedding cake sold at auction

The cake ready for the wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles in England has been put up for auction.

The slice of the cake is only one of 23 official wedding muffins and includes a sugary coating of the Royal crest in gold, crimson, blue and silver.


The cake was bought for £1850 by Gerry Layton, a web-based bidder in Leeds.

It was said that the cake, which is predicted to be sold for less than 500 kilos, attracted nice curiosity and the auctioneers had been shocked by this case.

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In line with the BBC’s report, Layton, the proprietor of the posh boat rental firm, stated that he added the slice in query to be given to charity after his dying. “Nonetheless, I am going to have to think about a option to cease consuming it.” he added.

Auction beginning at £300; The fee went as much as £1850 with web and phone presents.


Charles, Prince of Wales married Diana Spencer on 29 July 1981. The couple separated in 1992 and divorced in 1996. Diana died in a automotive accident in Paris in 1997.

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