The extravagant menu served at the wedding of King Charles and Princess Diana

According HuffPost, royal wedding dishes are historically French-influenced and feature entrees named after the bride and groom – and the royal couple’s opulent wedding sticks to that longstanding tradition. In fact, all of the couple’s dishes were French-based. Main courses included Quenelles de Brill Cardinal, a quenelle of brill drizzled with lobster sauce, and Suprême de Volaille Princesse de Galles, a chicken breast stuffed with lamb mousse named after the Princess of Wales. As for the side dishes, guests could nibble on butter beans (butter beans), creamed corn (cream corn), new apples (new potatoes) and salad (salad). Checklist reports that the wedding party completed their meal by eating strawberries (strawberries) mixed with clotted cream (clotted cream). However, it was far from the only sweet on the royal wedding dessert table.

The same outlet reports that Princess Diana and King Charles’ latest dish included 20 different cakes for you to try. Although the royal couple’s official wedding cake, a towering fruitcake which recently had a slice sold at a bargain price, was a confection that guests probably had no choice but to make room for. But after wrapping up their centerpiece section of the ceremony, we’re sure the couple were ready for a royal siesta.

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