We dropped in on the Kitchens at Windsor Castle, who will shortly begin final preparations for the #RoyalWedding.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 14, 2018
Take a look behind the scenes with Royal Chef Mark Flanagan and his team: https://t.co/91PHLXKv3vpic.twitter.com/2W3w1IhQdh
The official website of the Royal family has also been sharing details of what's happening in the Royal kitchens at the castle. According to the website, the menu which will be served on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding day has been led by the freshest produce available. As per Chef Mark, the seasons have just fallen perfectly and that's become the main focus in the decision making of the menus and the couple has been quite involved in every detail of it. As per the site, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended several tasting trials that were held in the Windsor Castle kitchen in March, sampling each of the dishes made from scratch in the castle's kitchen.
Behind the scene images from the kitchen. Here's a tweet by the Royal Family's official Twitter handle:
Prince Harry and Miss Meghan Markle's Wedding Reception will take place in St George's Hall, Windsor Castle.Last week, we visited the Royal Kitchen's to see how they prepare for the #RoyalWedding: https://t.co/uq5vNcc1Czpic.twitter.com/bcWGgJIgp1— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) May 19, 2018Advertisement
Much of the produce said to be used in the dishes that will serve up to 600 guests attending the reception, will be sourced locally from regions including Kent, which is known as the 'garden' of England and Norfolk.
Here's what's special at the Royal Kitchen:
Asparagus being prepared for the lunchtime reception has come from Portwood Farm in Attleborough in the country. Here's what the fresh produce looks like.
Apart from this, Pastry Chef Selwyn Stoby has been given the responsibility of preparing chocolate truffles, a favourite dessert served at receptions throughout the year at the castle. In fact, he has also revealed how he prepares the dessert on the site. Chef Stoby will be assisted by Chef de Partie, Victoria Scupham and a team trained pastry chefs. The team will also prepare bite-sized Creme brulee biscuits with mango panna cotta topping and yellow macaroons.
The preparations are not just speeding up in the Royal Kitchens, but also in other departments.
More than 250 members of the Armed Forces will provide ceremonial support at the Royal wedding, including regiments and units with a special relationship with Prince Harry. Here's what Kensington Palace's official Twitter handle posted recently.
Rehearsing for the #RoyalWedding: Members of the Armed Forces were among those taking part in a dress rehearsal of the carriage procession through Windsor Town and The Long Walk today. pic.twitter.com/vg7QMVNrt6— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 17, 2018
Here are some more details of the royal wedding preparation:
Here's wishing the soon-to-be-married couple a very happy and blissful life ahead.