When Harry met Meghan

Almost a week later and, much to my husband’s dismay, I am still swooning over the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, a love story which proves fairytales aren’t just for little girls. I must confess though, I am an eternal romantic. Watching a beaming Meghan walk down the aisle towards her happy ever after, her charming Prince waiting for her, never letting go of her hands, reassuring her every step of the way, ah man it just makes my knees go weak. But then again I also completely fell head over heals for the epic love story of Jack and Rose on the Titanic, even though I’ve had pimples last longer than their relationship. But ever since I could remember I’ve been that girl who believes in love at first sight and happy ever afters and I am lucky enough to have experienced it myself. Although I have been teasing him all week saying, “if only you loved me as much as Harry loves Meghan” the truth is my husband is my real life prince charming and every day I get to live our happy ever after.

He on the other hand is such a party pooper, an Anti-Royalist who sees no purpose for the monarchy in our modern day society and who heartbreakingly doesn’t believe Jack and Rose’s relationship would have lasted two seconds off the ship. Is the monarchy relevant? I think the millions of people lining the streets of London and tuning in to watch the royal wedding proved that they are very much relevant.

We actually couldn’t believe how excited everyone in our own Mother City was to watch the wedding and host Royal High Teas at their home. To celebrate we decided to do limited edition cupcakes, cakesicles and biscuits and boy were we blown away by the response to these, we even had two customers jokingly fighting over the last few biscuits on Friday so we worked until late on Friday night to ensure we had plenty for customers on Saturday. We were completely blown away when we opened our doors at 8:00 and customers were waiting outside to make sure that they got their Royal treats, but what we loved more was seeing all the pictures on social media of our customers celebrating with these sweet treats!

 

How did we celebrate? Well nothing says Royal more than Afternoon Tea at the Mount Nelson, so when I saw a Facebook notification pop up the week before the Royal Wedding, I thought this would be the perfect Mother’s Day gift for Tessa and I booked tickets to watch the Royal Wedding at the Mount Nelson’s famous high tea, while Mr Party Pooper babysat the Tasmanian Devil Toddler aka Annie.

 

Oh my gosh did we get serious Cake Envy, every single bite we tasted was out of this world top class confectionary. We had an amazing day filled with giggles and goosebumps as we watched the Royal Wedding, drinking bubbly and tea and eating the most decadent delights. It was a special day and I will always remember Harry’s wedding in years to come not only for the modern day fairytale that it is, but the memories we shared celebrating their love.

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