Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be celebrating their second wedding anniversary soon, but the couple has already received a special message.
Two years ago, on May 19th 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle finally tied the knot at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. Millions of people tuned in to watch the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s ceremony, with many more being there in person, along with tons of celebrities. The day was full of highlights, from Bishop Michael Curry’s amazing sermon to Princess Charlotte stealing the show with her cheekiness.
Another highlight of Harry and Meghan’s special day was the reception at Windsor Castle, including the cake that was served there. Meghan and Harry’s guests were treated to a delicious white lemon and elderflower wedding cake, decorated with white and cream flowers.
So the baker who made the wonderful cake decided to mark the couple’s anniversary by sharing photos of her delicious work of art yesterday on Instagram.
Claire Ptak, the founder of Violet Cakes, shared three photos, with the first being of her with the cake at Windsor Castle.
The caption with the post wrote: “A very Happy 2nd Anniversary to Harry and Meghan. @sussexroyal.
“My dream job got even better that day.
“Thanks for the incredible dress @simonerocha_ #royalwedding #harryandmeghan”.
In the second photo, she celebrated her staff who helped in the creation of the wedding cake for Meghan and Harry, writing: “My dream team. Can’t believe this was two years ago.
“I love these bakers so much.
“It was an epic challenge and we nailed it.
“Thanks for our incredible uniforms @sunspelclothing”.
The third photo highlights the cake itself, positioned on a series of beautifully decorated golden plates at Windsor Castle.
The caption read: “Lemon and elderflower for @sussexroyal. Happy Anniversary”
The couple will be celebrating their second wedding anniversary in Los Angeles, where they moved this last March.
At the moment, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, along with their baby boy Archie, are self-isolating in their home in LA. Despite being home-bound, the two have managed to continue working on their new non-profit organization Archewell, and support the charities that are close to their hearts.
Last week the two were part of a remotely held staff meeting at Crisis, around the clock mental health helpline. Back in May 2019, the couple joined up with Prince William and Kate Middleton to launch Shout, a UK-based sister program to Crisis.
In a joint statement, the Cambridges and the Sussexes said last year: “We are incredibly excited to be launching this service, knowing it has the potential to reach thousands of vulnerable people every day.
“Over the last few months, Shout has started working quietly behind the scenes.
“We have all been able to see the service working up close and are so excited for its future.”