The wedding cake maker revealed stunning Valentine's Day confections

Prince William and Princess Kate’s wedding cake designer announces very romantic news

Almost 12 years have passed since the Prince and Princess of Wales’ nuptials, but we still remember their magnificent wedding cake.

If the eight-tiered, one-meter-tall fruit cake left an impression on you, you’ll want to learn about designer Fiona Cairns’ most recent news, which comes just in time for Valentine’s Day. To sate your sweet tooth, the cake maker has created a variety of romantic cakes.




Her most recent Instagram post shows a heart-shaped sugar paste decoration, cupcakes with sprinkles, and a layered white sponge cake with pink buttercream icing and jam inside. All of these, we imagine, would be a hit with your special someone this Valentine’s Day.

“Do keep an eye out for our lovely page in the Waitrose Food Magazine this month. We consider it to be a DELICIOUS-LOOKING display of our cakes. Products are offered online and in all Waitrose locations. The caption read, “#fionacairns #cakes #valentines #waitrose #foodmagazine.”

One fan wrote: “Well done Fiona it all looks gorgeous,” and another added: “Wowww!!!” as they praised the designs. Another person said, “The best cakes! For each of our birthdays, we use them.


The details of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding cake
Photo: Getty Images


A few of the delectable cakes that we located in the Waitrose stores start at just £7. We imagine even William and Kate’s children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis would want to sample the dessert, so perhaps they will be on their radar for a private home celebration over the romantic holiday.

Prior to opening up about creating the stunning wedding cake for Kate and William’s wedding in 2011, Fiona—who also made the cake for Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston in 2019—told HELLO! how the style broke with royal tradition.

We were briefed to make a fruitcake, and we’re kind of known for fruit cake, so we knew that was what it would be. After that, it had to be designed, and we went to the picture gallery at Buckingham Palace to determine the proper proportions and the location of it, she said, later adding that one of the requirements was to match the lace on Princess Kate’s Alexander McQueen wedding dress.


Fiona created the fruit cake for the royal wedding in 2011


Consequently, everything took at least three weeks. Once we got going, time was of the essence. It took roughly six [weeks] to make.

“Our cake broke tradition because it was made of sugar paste; it had a softer, more romantic appearance. The flowers appeared to be falling in a cascade. It had a unique appearance.

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