Giant 28 Kg Chocolate Teddy Bear Created To Celebrate Royal Baby

Standing at 1.5 feet, the teddy bear has been handcrafted with the equivalent of 622 Dairy Milk chocolate bars.

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Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, gave the world a first look at their son on Wednesday. They announced the royal baby's name - Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor - through an Instagram post that shows them with the Queen and Meghan's mother. As people around the world celebrate the birth of the royal baby, many brands and companies have also come up with innovative ways to celebrate - and one such company is Cadbury.

To mark the birth of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, Cadbury World chocolatiers have created a giant chocolate teddy bear. Standing at 1.5 feet, the teddy bear has been handcrafted with the equivalent of 622 Dairy Milk chocolate bars. It weighs a whopping 28 kilograms.

Sian Patterson and Bernie Andrews of Cadbury worked around the clock for two days to create the giant teddy, reports Press Association. They used a football mould for his body and head, and piped chocolate on top of it to give the effect of fur.

Cadbury has created chocolate artworks in the past as well to celebrate royal baby births. For Prince George, they created a chocolate cot. From Princess Charlotte, it was a chocolate pram, and for Prince Louis a chocolate rocking horse.

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