When last week it was revealed that the Duchess of Sussex had received a delicious surprise from Luminary Bakery to celebrate her 38th birthday, we thought the finer details might just stay a secret forever.
However, royal fans have been treated to some tasty details about not only the cake flavour of choice, but also a sneak peek at the finishing touches being made to the birthday treat!
Royal correspondent Omid Scobie shared a photo to Twitter which revealed Meghan's beautiful cake writing: "Thanks so much to Alice Williams and the awesome team at @LuminaryBakery in London for letting us join them last weekend as they created Duchess Meghan's beautiful carrot birthday cake."
The scrumptious looking carrot cake was iced with cream-coloured icing in a semi-naked style and decorated with dried oranges, sprigs of rosemary, gooseberries and pumpkin seeds, arranged in Luminary Bakery's signature crescent moon.
The finishing touch was a 'Happy Birthday Meghan', written in dark chocolate.
Luminary Bakery is based in east London, and was one of the grassroots organisations Duchess Meghan featured in her guest-edited issue of British Vogue.
The all-female run bakery was launched in 2014 to support and empower women who have been affected by poverty, violence or trauma by helping women learn how to bake and gain life skills, while also helping them build networks and develop trusting relationships.
Speaking to Good Morning America, founder Alice Williams says, "[Luminary Bakery] is designed to support the UK's most disadvantaged women to reach their potential."
To thank Alice and Luminary for their involvement in the September issue of British Vogue, Meghan even sent them a handwritten note, acknowleding the incredible work they do.
"Dear Alice, when I knew I would be secretly guest editing the September issue of British Vogue, including Luminary Bakery was non-negotiable," Meghan wrote in her impeccable handwriting.
"The work you do, what you present to the community, the spirit of the women there – you all embody what it means to be 'forces of change'.
"Thank you for being a part of this special project," she adds, signing the note simply, "Meghan".
"To have someone like the Duchess acknowledge us and champion us is incredible," Alice told Good Morning America.
"I think it will open a lot of doors for us.
"There's so many more women that need opportunities," she said.
Duchess Meghan celebrated her 38th birthday on August 4, just two days after her British Vogue, 'Forces for Change' issue went on sale.
The Duchess' celebrations were reportedly a low-key affair, spent with Prince Harry and their newborn son Archie, at their home Frogmore Cottage at Windsor.
To mark the special day, her first birthday as a mum, Sussex Royal shared a beautiful photo of the royal along with a sweet message written by Prince Harry.
"Happy Birthday to my amazing wife," Harry wrote.
"Thank you for joining me on this adventure."
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