A piece of the royal wedding cake of Prince William and Kate Middleton has sold for $4,160 at a Beverley Hills auction.
It's not clear how the cake ended up on the block, but you can bet William and Kate won't be happy that someone apparently nicked a slice of cake from their wedding and kept it for two years.
A representative of the auction house has confirmed the selling price but not disclosed the buyer’s identity, according to E! News.
Prince William and Kate Middleton married on 29 April, 2011 at Westminster Abbey. A tier of the cake was served at the christening of Prince George last month (fruit cakes keep for years and afficianados say they improve with age).
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