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The Royal Collection: The wedding cake of the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, March 13 1879

Unknown Person - The wedding cake of the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, March 13 1879

After she was widowed in 1861, Queen Victoria largely withdrew from the public eye. She dressed in mourning black for the rest of her life and the Royal Household became a sombre place, with Buckingham Palace shut up for most of the year.  This picture, 1863.

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An 1873 photograph of Queen Victoria--in perpetual mourning since December the date her husband Albert, Prince Consort of Great Britain and Ireland, died.

2,000 pound Wedding Cake of Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne, March 21, 1871.

As you and your family chow down on a Thanksgiving feast fit for a king, take a look at this stunning cake from the wedding of Princess Louise of England and The Marquis of Lorne in (I’d still prefer pumpkin pie today though.

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The first wedding cake. tall Wedding Cake of Prince Leopold (Duke of Albany) and Princess Helen of Waldeck-Pyrmont, April

Queen Elizabeth II's wedding cake 1947 [520x800]

Iconic weddings: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh The wedding cake was certainly fit for royalty, reaching nine-feet high and weighing 500 pounds. One tier was saved for the christening of the couple's first child, Prince Charles.

Wedding Cake of Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark and Prince George, Duke of Kent, November 29, 1934.

Wedding Cake of Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark and Prince George, Duke of Kent, November

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Royal Wedding Cakes

The results of all that study: Queen (then Princess) Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten’s cake stood nine feet tall and was covered in ornate, cathedral-like carvings—complete with tiny figures, lavish columns, and royal insignias (at right).

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