Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are bashing in the happiness of being engaged, but they are also super busy planning their spring wedding! As you may already be aware, the royal couple is set to walk down the aisle at St George’s Chapel in May of 2018.
That being said, they are carefully planning every little detail so the wedding will go smoothly and be one for the history books as well.
And because people love cake, ex-royal chef Darren McGrady has already revealed what kind of wedding cake he believes the pair will be having during their nuptials.
‘This could be the first time when they break with tradition and do not have a traditional fruitcake,’ the man stated.
McGrady was the Chef of the Royal family from 1982 to 1997.
‘It would not surprise me if Meghan chose a traditional American cake such as a layered sponge cake, and found an American baker in U.K. to make it. They would not start planning the cake just yet, but probably making a choice in the next few weeks or so,’ he went on, explaining that according to tradition, the bride is supposed to choose the cake flavor.
But if the couple decides to still go for a fruitcake, they’ll most probably start searching for a team of bakers in the next few weeks as it takes about 3 or 4 months to make such a wedding cake.
In order to be ready for decorating a week before the wedding, the bakers would need to start working on it in January!
Despite reports that Meghan and Harry are going for a banana cake McGrady as well as another palace insider told us that they don’t think that is true.
However, Princes Harry and William were indeed big fans of banana flavored desserts growing up, and McGrady used to make it for them all the time!