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The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is the royal event that will never end. Two and a half years after the special event, fans of the couple have bid on a piece of their wedding cake—for a pretty penny!

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Julien’s Auctions has confirmed to E! Online that a slice of the Cambridges’ wedding cake sold for $4,160. Is a little piece of that cake even edible these days, or is it merely ornamental? Fiona Cairns, the pastry chef who created the cake on the big day, explained that the dense fruitcake concoction was made specifically to last a long time, as is tradition. The Cambridges even servcd a tier of the cake at the christening of Prince George last month!

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Julien’s has not disclosed the winning bidder, but we’re hoping that maybe they invite us over for a bite? Followed by some sort of stomach medication, presumably.

Would you be willing to eat a slice of the royal wedding cake? Did you save any part of your own wedding cake? Do you think it’s actually edible? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine

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