Monday, April 11, 2011
The News Tribe » Tremendous Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton- By: Sana Naseer Shaikh
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God decides who are the best for each other and make couples in the sky and these couples are engaged on earth with the purity of love, sincerity and respect.
That ultimate holy relationship called marriage when two souls together to make a remarkable relationship, however one of the most tremendous marriage will be held wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, on 29 April.
This charismatic couple will be get marry in London’s Westminster Abbey. The event is being arranged by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, London mayor Boris Johnson and the Royal Parks. On this fabulous day thousands of well wishers get-together in a capital on this grand day.
Mr Johnson said: “The royal wedding will be a truly momentous occasion and we want everyone to be able to join in the celebrations.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for London to show the world how we relish our traditions and that we know how to throw a party, as well as being an unrivalled city for culture, cuisine and business.”
Tourism Minister John Penrose said: “London is a fantastic tourist attraction in itself, but the royal wedding will make it even more so.”
On this special and grand occasion a specially produced a wedding cake, which took 300 hours to produce the four foot tall (1.2m) creation. This wedding cake is prepared by the Wales’s top chefs that have produced one to mark the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This cake will be given to deserving and homeless people at charity to Centre point. One thing which is highly marked that the cake makers are situated in north Wales as the royals will live on Anglesey where the prince is stationed as an RAF search and rescue pilot.
Cake decorator Sally Owens, who lectures in cake decoration at Coleg Llandrillo Cymru at Rhos-on-Sea, Conwy, said the project “literally seems to have taken over” her life.
Ms Owens asuumed, “Each tier is two cakes deep and it stands at four feet high with pillars between each tier.”
The mother-of-two said that if someone was paying for all the cake it would cost around £3,500.But it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to do a cake like this for a royal wedding, There are two official wedding cakes.
Time honored multi-tiered fruit cake made by Leicestershire baker Fiona Cairns, which will be decorated with edible flowers – an English rose, a Scottish thistle, a Welsh daffodil and an Irish shamrock. Prince favorite family childhood an unbaked chocolate biscuit cake by Mc Vitie’s made to a secret Royal Family recipe.
The Wales Cake was prepared after the proposal of Prince William and his bride by Welsh National Culinary team manager Graham Tinsley to make one to celebrate their wedding at Westminster Abbey on 29 April.
He assumed, “Sally has done a brilliant job in making and decorating a cake that is truly fit for royalty. With Prince William being stationed on Anglesey with the RAF search and rescue team, and going to live in north Wales with his bride following the wedding, I think it’s fitting that Welsh chefs should bake a cake for them.”
Chief Executive Seyi Obakin said: “It will be a special way for young people supported by Centrepoint to be involved in our patron’s wedding day celebrations.”