Fans believe the cake has been tracked since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter Lilibett’s first birthday on Saturday.
Claire Ptak, who baked the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding cake in May 2018, posted the pink frosted dessert to Instagram on Sunday, captioned with a white heart emoji.
The cake was especially covered with peonies, Markle’s favorite flower.
Ptak’s Instagram followers took to the comments section to ask if this was for Lili, but the 43-year-old baker has yet to respond.
Ptak was wagging its tongue again on Monday when it showed another cake with a similar design.
“Frills,” she captioned the snap.
“👀 Fuririri?!” one Instagram user commented, while another wrote: so beautiful. “
A third pointed out that the cake had “the same design” as the layered lemon sponge cake Ptak made for Harry and Markle’s wedding.
The pair, who are also parents to 3-year-old son Archie, were in England to celebrate their daughter’s birthday. The family crossed the pond for the first time as a quartet last week to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee.
The 96-year-old monarch helped ring the bell on Lilibet’s big day on Saturday.
“There was no formal entertainment,” a source told The Sun of the party.
The birthday girl wore a blue dress and red hair with a white bow while celebrating, as shown in new photos released Monday.
A source told Page Six EXCLUSIVELY that Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, were invited to the event, but in Wales. was unable to attend the festival due to an official visit from
The 39-year-old Duke and 40-year-old Duchess of Cambridge weren’t alone with Lily’s parents during the anniversary. The four attended a Thanksgiving national service, but sat apart as Harry, 37, and her 40-year-old Markle were no longer senior royals.
George, Charlotte, and Louis reportedly never saw Archie or Lilibet.
Harry, Markle and their two children returned to California on Sunday and were unable to attend the pageant closing out the Queen’s gala.