Today, 20 March, Kensington Palace announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have picked Californian-born pasty chef Claire Ptak to bake their wedding cake . Ptak, the owner of London-basked bakery Violet Cakes, will be rustling up a lemon and elderflower flavoured bake for the royal couple, covered in buttercream and topped with fresh flowers. The modern, and bang-on-trend, design is miles from the traditional cake that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge selected for their wedding in April 2011. William and Kate selected Fiona Cairns to create their eight-tier extravaganza; a traditional fruit cake covered in royal white icing and iced versions of 17 flowers and leaves that Kate personally selected. Part of the cake was even saved for Prince George’s christening , as is tradition. The Queen’s cake in 1947 was just as elaborate – despite the post-war rationing still being in place. Ingredients were donated, and flown in from, South Africa and Australia for the occasion. From Princess Margaret’s to Princess Diana’s , feast your eyes on these show-stopping royal wedding cakes from years gone by. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Everything we know about the royal wedding so far The ‘Meghan Markle Effect’ is already in full swing and worth a cool £500 million Who foots the bill for Meghan Markle’s royal wardrobe?
There's so much to love about Cadbury Creme Eggs. Not only does the Easter treat remind us of our childhoods, but nothing satisfies our sugar cravings quite like its soft, milk chocolate shell and delicious cream filling. To give a visual perspective, one U.K. mom shared a photo comparing the egg to the amount of sugar it contains.
Kourtney Karadashian took to Instagram to share a photo of herself wearing a black thong bikini and eating guacamole while on vacation withe her boyfriend Younes Bendjima in Mexico.
Put away that porridge. Research has found that chowing down on a plate of bacon and eggs for breakfast could be the key to weight loss.
The festive season is in full swing and for those in charge of serving up the highly-anticipated Christmas dinner, it can prove a last-minute headache. With an extensive shopping list, the in-laws set to trial the turkey and a miniature oven in your flat – there’s nothing more intimidating than feeding the family. But panic not, as we’ve rounded up the failsafe ways to tackle the big day this year. From freezing the turkey in advance (shock, horror) to chef-recommended ways of serving up sprouts this season, look no further for the ultimate Christmas dinner cheat sheet. You’re welcome. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: 14 unexpected health benefits of mulled wine The Christmas foods you’re cooking all wrong How many calories is too much on Christmas Day?