The wedding cake of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be unique.
Last week, the star of "Suits" and Prince Harry announced their commitment. The couple also shared some details of their upcoming wedding that takes place in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May 2018. As Markle and Prince Harry continue to plan their big day, more details about the upcoming wedding filtration real.
An informant told The Telegraph that the couple will have a wedding cake made of bananas during their nuptials. "This will be the first real wedding cake made of banana," said the source.
The source added that Prince Harry is fond of fruit and loves "anything with banana." In fact, Darren McGrady, a former royal chef, used to make the royal prince a banana and caramel cake.
In a separate interview with Hello! McGrady revealed that Prince Harry's older brother, Prince William, also loves bananas. The two princes enjoy anything made of bananas. Prince Harry and Prince William "adore banana flan, anything with banana really, banana ice cream".
The star of "Horrible Bosses" has the same fondness for bananas. In 2016, Markle shared a photo of two bananas with a spoon on Instagram. "Sleep well xx (Update: Many thanks to those who shared the credit photo 🙂 I did not know, and I love! Credit where credit is due: I'm banana for this @percxption)," he wrote in the caption.
The publication noted that the choice of Prince Harry and Markle to go with the banana cake instead of the typical fruit cake is similar to the election of Prince William and Kate Middleton. In addition, award-winning bridal cake designer Rosalind Miller noted that more couples prefer flavored sponges than traditional fruit cakes. "People are becoming more aware of the different flavors," he said.
"A traditional wedding cake is a rich fruit cake, like a Christmas cake, where all the cake is first soaked in alcohol," explained Miller. "But since Meghan is American, they're more used to sponge cakes." Actually, most of the couples who come to us also want biscuits today, the traditional rich fruit cake is not very popular now. "  Although Prince Harry and Markle have shared some details of their upcoming wedding, the couple is still tight-lipped about their preparation. A source close to the royal family revealed that the next royal wedding will be televised.
According to reports, Kensington Palace will allow the chambers of St. George's Chapel to broadcast the ceremony live. Millions are expected to watch the live broadcast. In 2011, 23 million Americans and 27 million Britons tuned in to witness the royal wedding of the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge.
What can you say about Prince Harry and Markle's plan to have a banana cake for their wedding? Leave a comment below.