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Prince William and Kate Middleton Chose Cake Designer

Prince William and Kate Middleton

Save room for dessert!

Prince William and Kate Middleton have chosen Leicestershire, England-based cake designer, Fiona Cairns to create the cake for their April 29 wedding, a Palace spokesperson tells in a statement.

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"The wedding cake will be a multi-tiered traditional fruit cake," said the rep. "The cake, which will be decorated with cream and white icing, will have a strong British floral theme using elements of the Joseph Lambeth technique."

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Cairns, who began her business 25 years ago, was selected for her "creative style" and use of traditional British ingredients.

But those royal wedding guests craving chocolate need not fret.

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"In addition, the couple have asked McVitie's Cake Company to create a chocolate biscuit cake for the reception at Buckingham Palace," said the rep. "The chocolate biscuit cake will be made from a Royal Family recipe and was specially requested by Prince William."

For more on the Royal Wedding, including rare photos, interviews with family and friends, details on Kate's new life as a princess and a tour of their lavish homes, order a copy of Us Weekly's Will & Kate: The Royal Wedding now.

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