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>> In case you're unlucky enough not to be invited to the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, don't worry. You can still indulge in a slice of royal wedding history. Cake from five royal weddings is going up for sale at Julien's Auctions in Las Vegas next month including from the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1981.
But if you think you can have your cake and eat it, here's a warning.>> Do not eat the cake.
d keep it on ice, or keep it in cold storage.>> The slices, which all come in either boxes or tins, go for as little as $300 and as high as 1,200.
In 2014, the auction house even sold a piece of William and Kate's fruitcake for 7500.>> Obviously Prince Charles, he's the future king, Prince William is the future king, so those will be more hierarchy in the pricing of cakes than let's say Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips when they got married in 1973.
We estimate that 3 to 500. But Charles and Diana's cake is estimated 800 to 1,200.>> The upcoming royal wedding though may have put an end to the historic sale of wedding cakes. Meghan and Harry have chosen not to have the traditional and enduring fruit cake, going instead for a lemon flavored sponge.