How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Wedding Will Differ from Kate Middleton and Prince William’s

They’re ditching the traditional wedding cake.

No vanilla here! As we previously reported, the couple wants an untraditional banana wedding cake, which represents a significant break from tradition. British wedding cakes normally have a top tier of fruitcake—the idea being that it can be saved and served at the christening of the couple’s first child without spoiling. 

Interestingly enough, William and Kate also departed from the traditional British wedding cake by opting for an eight-tiered cake with no fruitcake topping. They also served a groom’s cake of chocolate biscuits. 

Because they will not be near Buckingham Palace, they will not get a London procession either.

According to People, a London procession isn’t in the cards for this royal wedding due to logistics. TBD on whether or not they replace it with another grand show instead.

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