With four royal christenings potentially on the cards over the next few months, royal fans will be excited to see what the royal babies are wearing, as well as what the rest of the Royal Family decide to wear.
However, royal christening cakes are also widely talked about due to their grand, eccentric style and beautiful features.
Throughout the history of royal christenings, there have been some wonderful cakes made to honour the new royal babies.
It is traditional in the Royal Family to save a tier from their wedding cake to serve at the christening of their future children.
Prince William and Kate Middleton served their wedding cake designed by Fiona Cairns at all three of their children’s christenings.
Before Prince Louis’ christening, the official Royal Family Twitter account wrote: “One of the three top tiers of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s eight-tier wedding cake will be used for the Christening cake.”
Fiona previously told Hello Magazine: “Our cake was breaking tradition in the sense that it was sugar paste – it was a softer look, a more romantic look.
“The flowers were sort of cascading down. It was a different look.”
Prince Harry and Meghan also served their wedding cake at their son Archie’s christening in 2019.
The cake was lemon and elderflower flavour, designed by American baker, Clair Ptak, who owns Violet Cakes in London’s East End.
Prince Andrew and Sarah…