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  • Queen's wedding cake sold at Gorringes
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    Will Davison
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Queen's wedding cake sold at Gorringes

A slice of cake from the Queen and Prince Philip's wedding has sold this morning.

The unappetising-looking slice, which remains in its original box, auctioned for £500 ($763) at Gorringes in the UK.

A woman whose father attended the nuptials consigned the fruit cake to the sale.

The Queen and Prince Philip married on November 20, 1947 and had a nine-foot, four-tier cake.

Queen's wedding cake
Tempting? The cake's dishevelled appearance didn't prevent a bid of £500. It's thought to still be edible.

A slice of cake from Charles and Diana's wedding sold for £1,757 ($2,752) at PFC Auctions in 2012 - a record for cake from the wedding.

We have this slice of Charles and Diana's cake for sale now.

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    Will Davison
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