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Talented chocolatiers at Bournville’s Cadbury World turned a chocolate Buckingham Palace into a creation fit for a Queen, in time for the monarch’s 90th birthday celebrations. The chocolatiers – Jenny Malenoir (pictured left) and Gail Deeley (right) spent three days creating all the necessities for a right royal celebration, including Union Jack bunting, a picnic basket, balloons, tea sets, sandwiches, cake, flowers, trees and a striped lawn - all made entirely from chocolate. The creation also features


crowds cheering ‘Long live our gracious queen!’ and a draped red balcony for The Queen to watch over the celebrations. Back in April, the Cadbury World


chocolatiers delicately constructed Buckingham Palace from chocolate to mark the Queen turning 90. Complete with ornate gates and


its own chocolate soldiers standing guard, the palace was one of the chocolatiers’ most impressive creations yet. Weighing almost 60kg and standing 70cm tall, the iconic building was finished with an edible gold and silver lustre, and the intricate British royal coat of


‘The original version of the palace was extremely popular with visitors and it’s easy to see why’


arms piped by hand. Diane Mitchell, marketing manager


at Cadbury World, said: “The original version of the palace was extremely popular with visitors and it’s easy to see why. But the chocolatiers weren’t quite finished, and wanted to


celebrate The Queen’s street party the best way we know how – a chocolate masterpiece. “We didn’t think the chocolatiers


could improve the palace, but the detail in every aspect of the street party is exquisite.”


Jenny Malenoir, Gail Deely and their creation


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