Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal wedding menu revealed
Although nearly four years have zipped by since Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot the details of their wedding day feast have finally been revealed.
A copy of the couple’s ornate wedding day dinner menu will be included in a collection of 200 years worth of royal memorabilia set to go to auction next week.
Following the couple’s nuptials in April 2011, more than 300 of their closest family and friends dined in a ballroom in Buckingham Palace tucking into the finest of British produce.
Kick starting the wedding day feast was a fresh herb salad with South Uist salmon, Lyme Bay crab and wild Hebriean langoustines and the accompanying tipple was a 2009 Meursault.
The royal diners were then treated to a meaty main of organic lamb with Highgrove spring vegetables, English asparagus, Jersey royal potatoes and sauce Windsor.
To end the night on a high, the Queen and the newlyweds were delighted with a trio of desserts which included a traditional English trifle, chocolate parfait and a Berkshire honey ice cream.
The menu is expected to fetch between £300 (€405) and £500 (€676) at auction.
A slice of the couple’s wedding cake has previously sold for more than €6,600 to a royal collector based in Los Angeles.