Duchess of Cornwall sends cake to Test Match Special team for World Cup final
The Duchess was closely involved in the design of the cake, which was made by Julie Brownlee.
The Test Match Special team received a cake from the Duchess of Cornwall during the World Cup final.
It is a long-standing tradition for fans to send baked treats to be enjoyed by commentators during their radio coverage of international cricket on the popular BBC show.
The cake depicted the World Cup trophy alongside England and New Zealand batting helmets, captains Eoin Morgan and Kane Williamson, a cricket ball and two bails.
The intricate creation, crafted in a lemon and elderflower sponge, was brought to life by cake maker Julie Brownlee – but the Duchess was closely involved with the design.
“As anybody who listens to TMS will know, we eat an awful lot of baked goods in the commentary box – and this cake is an extra special treat to mark the final of the Cricket World Cup between England and New Zealand.”
In 2001, the team received a fruit cake from the Queen which was said to have been baked under her close supervision.
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