Prince William and Kate's wedding breakfast menu has been revealed!
It's been almost four years since the hotly-anticipated Royal Wedding and until now exact details of the evening reception menu had remained under wraps.
According to the The Telegraph, Prince Harry organised bacon sandwiches for the guests in the early hours of the morning to keep them going.
Images of the menu that is soon to be up for auction has revealed exactly what The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed with their guests for their first meal as husband and wife.
The menu, up for auction at Reeman Dansie auction house as part of a lot on 17 February 2015, shows that the royal couple opted for a divine meal of seafood, lamb and a trio of desserts - each paired with an exquisite French wine.
The Duke and Duchess's heritage is evident throughout the menu, with salmon and lamb from Scotland where the Queen's beloved Balmoral estate is located and honey ice cream from the Duchess's home county, Berkshire.
The design of the menu is nothing less than Royal, with Prince Charles' heraldic badge of three white ostrich feathers emerging from a gold coronet at the top, with green vines and birds illustrated down the side.
Prince William and Kate Middleton married at Westminster Abbey on Friday, 29th April 2011, which was watched by a worldwide audience of an estimated 300 million.
Images courtesy of Reeman Dansie Auction House