On October 23, William and Kate celebrated the christening of Prince George by serving guests slices of fruit cake saved from their wedding cake. The cake from their nuptials, which took place in April 2011, made its reappearance as part of a British tradition of couples freezing the top layer of their wedding cake to serve it during their first-born's baptism. In an interview with HELLO! Online, Fiona Cairns, the baker behind the royal couple's eight-tiered wedding cake, reveals what it was like to bake for the royal couple and the surprising number of personal touches by Kate.

Check out the slideshow above to discover cake designer Fiona Cairn's once-in-a-lifetime experience creating the royal wedding cake.

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