Royal wedding menu - you can have it, too!

Royal wedding menu - you can have it, too!

Turns out even royalty doesnt stray too far-off afield from the loyal lamb and salmon options at their wedding receptions.

This tasty morsel of history has been revealed after an auction dwelling posted a copy of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridges wedding menu for sale. Despite 1900 people attending their wedding at Westminster Abbey around April 29, 2011, deserted 300 privileged guests were invited to the couples private reception. Now, the neighboring to guarded menu has fallen into the hands of Nate D. Sanders Fine Autographs & Memorabilia, which shows that revellers dined upon the eternal choices of fish and lamb  but bearing in mind a extra Windsor incline.
 

First happening was marinated South Uist salmon, Lyme Bay crab, Hebridean langoustines gone herb salad  a seafood trifecta paying terrible compliment to the fruits of the waters off Scotland. Then guests feasted upon North Highland Mey organic lamb gone Highgrove spring vegetables  no doubt chosen by the father of the groom Prince Charles, who tends to his Highgrove Estate vegie patch himself. And lastly, and perhaps most adorably, Kate served taking place a dessert of Berkshire honey ice cream that paid confession to her parents hometown.

Michael and Carole Middleton famously own a manor in the Berkshire village of Bucklebury, where Kate is said to atmosphere most at dwelling and escaped there not long after giving birth to Prince George. The auction ablaze describes the menu as being topped by Charles badge of three white ostrich feathers emerging from a gold crown, emblazoned later than the words Ich Dien, which translates to I relief.

Printed upon cardstock, [the] menu features a green floral be neighboring to trimmed in gold, the website states. [There is] a little stain towards the bottom, on the other hand in near-acquiescent condition. If youd in imitation of this tasty royal souvenir, admission your wallet by now the auction closes upon October 29  but be warned, the minimum bid is $1000.

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