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A Royal Wedding Fruitcake!

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We love fruitcake! LOLZ!

While you might want a huge, multi-layered cake-cake with frosting and what-not for your wedding, sources are reporting that Prince William and Kate Middleton are opting for something a little more traditional, yet nutty for their wedding dessert. The royal event of the decade will undoubtedly have the best of the best of everything and when the night is over, William and Kate's guests will feast on the U.K. wedding staple of…. fruitcake!

Yeah, we know. Fruitcake probably sounds pretty gross to you, but according to a UK wedding planner, the dish is making a comeback in a big way! Plus, supposedly it is a tradition to store the top layer of the cake in a tin and serve it at the Christening of a couple's first child.

Aw! That's kind of special! We like that idea!

It doesn't matter what they serve anyway…it only matters what she WEARS!

Oh, we soooo can not wait to see this dress!!!

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14 comments to “A Royal Wedding Fruitcake!”

  1. 1

    Eww it looks gross.. like some kind of a brownie with gummy bears on top.

  2. 2

    LOL… Being a fruitcake yourself no wonder you like the horrible cake yourself!!!! LOL…

  3. 3

    yikes - recesssion cake.

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  5. 5

    Ummmm…the cake won't look like that one guys! It will be beautifully iced and decorated. Don't you have fruit cake in America?? It's delicious, rich and very traditional here in the UK. And it is definitely not a 'recession cake' as babs666 said, they cost a lot more than ordinary sponge cakes. I have no doubt it will be beautiful!

  6. 6

    puh-lease! She's going to have like… 20 tiers on that cake!
    I can't believe what you will report Perez.

  7. 7

    fancy some spotted dick…lol

  8. 8

    fruitcake is the traditional wedding cake in the uk and most couples opt for it. don't be stupid, it never looks like the one in the photo. it will look like any other wedding cake, but instead of a sponge, it will be more rich. i understand why americans don't understand flavour though. you eat melted plastic and call it cheese.

  9. 9

    Its tradition in the uk and Ireland, the fruit is usually soaked in whiskey/brandy for a few days first and then all the other ingredients added, it works out to be more expensive than other cakes to make, so definitely not a recession cake. It is then covered in marzipan (almond paste i believe in the us) and Icing. It is tradition to keep the top layer for your first childs christening (i know my parents did) and it really is delicious!

  10. 10

    It doesn't sound gross to us at all Perez, so stop making ignorant assumptions. Actually, Fruit Cake is amazing and the English do it right, so it will be even better!

  11. 11

    Yeah really Perez, you are ignorant. You show a picture of ONE version of a tiny Fruit Cake and you know damn well that the cake they will have will be amazing! CeeCee21 explains best.

  12. 12

    I know only one couple (over here in the UK) who have opted for fruitcake in the last 10 years, heavy, thick sickly icing and the marzipan. Sorry but that's just tradition rather than "I like it". Most of the people I know have gone for things like chocolate or vanilla sponges, something that they don't end up having to throw out.

  13. 13

    I'm sorry……I dont think that fruitcake is a great choice for a wedding cake when you have such a culturally varied guest list but i'm sure more people will be to busy looking to see who else is at the wedding and wont be too concerned about the cake…lol

  14. 14

    Re: kimmag – I dont think it is really eaten that much in Ireland..,…people have moved away from fruitcake as a wedding cake..alot of people see it as expensive and old-fashioned.