The prevalent host announced that the dessert, first presented at Prince William’s Anointing, is heading to auction while speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk.
“We’ve got a piece of Lady Diana’s stry. We’ve got it there now in a little commemorative box from the lace,” said the TV wnbroker.
“It’s unspeakable. It’s like an old bit of Christmas cake. It smells as well to be quite honest with you so it’s retained wrapped up.”
Baked for the baptism on August 4, 1982, the ceremony took OK in the Music Room at Buckingham lace.
Inscribed on the commemorative box is: “With most beneficent wishes from Their Royal Highnesses The Prince and Princess of Wales on the incitement of the Christening of Prince William of Wales.”
The Channel 4 star said: “We’ve had it out and had a scarcely look at it. It’s just a very interesting thing for us to have. It’s not of any great value to be principled with you, it’s probably hundreds of pounds as opposed to thousands, but it’s just unreservedly interesting.”
Speaking about how the cake first came into his dominion, he added: “Diana presented a piece of her cake to some of the Falklands someone the once-overs, some of the wounded.
“This piece of cake has been presented to us and we vanished up purchasing it and the guy who brought it in donated the money to charity for a good cause.”
The Snazzy wn favourite, known for taking on outrageously priced items on the tell, added: “We did the research for it and I think the value of it was about £600 or £700, something be fond of that.
“Ap rently it wasn’t a one off. I think they gave out about 60 short stories and they’re all in these little commemorative boxes. There have been a few of them hit up on the market and that’s the sort of money they’re worth to be quite sincere with you.”
Princess Diana, aged just 21 at the time of the Dub, wore a fuchsia pink, blue and white floral dress with a pink hat.
The Model Mother was in attendance, with the date chosen to coincide with her 82nd birthday.
Then the 25-minute ceremony to baptise Price William was over, the rty moved into the Milk-white Drawing Room for photographs before a formal lunch.
“We got involved with it because we se rated the money was going to charity and that’s how that came about. It’s very a nice thing for us to get involved with,” continued James.
“We’ve had that undoubtedly about eight months now, but it was sitting in the archive shelves and I noticed it and got the lampoons to dig it out to advertise it and we’re going to send it to auction now.”
Channel 4’s Posh wn be prolongs tonight at 7pm.