Kate Middleton and Prince William's one year anniversary is just a few days away! It's been an amazing journey for Kate. Even though she pretty much knew what she was getting into after a 10-year relationship with Prince William, there must have still been things she didn't anticipate.
A year later, Middleton and William won't be the only ones celebrating their anniversary. One of their royal wedding guests is looking to celebrate it in another way. The unidentified guest still has their uneaten slice of cake from the royal wedding on April 29, 2011 and is hoping to make a nice little profit off of it on, where else? The Internet, of course.
The slice of cake came directly from Middleton and William's eight-tiered fruit cake. It has been kept in a white and gold presentation box and wrapped in baking paper. It will be up for bid at PFC Auctions along with "an original 16-page Order of Service from the Westminster Abbey service last April containing the vows, hymns, prayers and blessings."
Speaking about the upcoming auction, Kylie Whitehead said, "It is estimated that around two billion people watched the wedding on TV so we anticipate worldwide interest. It's a fantastic opportunity to own such a personal piece of memorabilia from the future King and Queen."
If you are interested in preserving the slice of cake in your freezer forever, be sure to have your wallet ready. Bids will begin at 100 pounds aka $161.98 and could go as high as 1,000 pounds. It's about as close as most people will get to actually meeting Kate Middleton and Prince William.
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