Is this what you call a “sharp sense of humor”? Hilarious photos of Royals while cutting cakes always seem to end in fits of laughter!
- Just like us, the members of the Royal House love a slice of cake
- But the Windsors seem to find it rather hilarious…
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Most of us love a slice of cake – and for members of the royal family, there’s no shortage of opportunities.
But few of us would find slicing strawberry sponge such an amusing experience – as the King and Queen showed us yet again on their recent visit to Northern Ireland.
Here, The Mail’s Royals section rounds up some of the many moments when the prospect of cutting a cake has led to storms of royal laughter…
King Charles and Queen Camilla smiled as they cut a cake while visiting the new Coronation Garden during their two-day visit to Northern Ireland last week
Princess Anne and Sophie, the then Duchess of Wessex, all laugh as the late Queen Elizabeth cuts a cake at the National Federation of Women’s Institute centenary annual meeting at the Royal Albert Hall on June 4, 2015
Even Kate thinks it’s a joke. The Princess of Wales takes great care of this cake as she visits Robin Hood Primary School in 2017 to celebrate The Royal Horticultural Society’s ten-year campaign for school gardening
Prince Edward knows the shape as he gleefully cuts a birthday cake during a visit to the London Air Ambulance at the Royal London Hospital on March 10, 2014
Charles appears overwhelmed as he cuts a birthday cake at a Waste-To-Wealth Summit at Southwark Integrated Waste Management Facility in 2018
Queen Elizabeth uses a sword – much to the general amusement. It was lent to her by the Lord-Lieutenant of Cornwall, Edward Bolitho, when she celebrated The Big Lunch initiative at the G7 Summit with Kate and Camilla on 11 June 2021 in St Austell, Cornwall.
King Charles burst out laughing as he and Queen Camilla cut a cake to mark the 150th anniversary of the Heart of Wales railway at Llandovery railway station on July 4, 2018
More good cake fueled humor as Charles prepares to do business in Launceston last year