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Slice Of Princess Diana & Prince Charles’ Wedding Cake Will Be Auctioned Off 40 Years After Royal Nuptials


A slice of cake from the wedding of the century is going up for auction! One lucky person will soon be the proud owner of a piece of the decadent dessert that was served at Princess Diana and Prince Charles royal wedding on July 29, 1981 – a date that will mark its 40th anniversary this week. The UK’s Press Association shares that the decades-old treat was saved by Moyra Smith, who was a member of Queen Elizabeth’s mother’s household at Clarence House. The slice, which was first sold to a collector in 2008, will be auctioned off on August 11 and is expected to sell between €300 and €500 – or up to nearly $600.

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