11/10/2018 06:00 BST | Updated 11/10/2018 06:00 BST

Eugenie And Jack's Royal Wedding Cake: 9 Times Sophie Cabot's Baked Creations Made Us Drool

Save us a slice of the red velvet wedding cake 🍰

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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank

This Friday marks the second royal wedding of the year, with the marriage of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank in Windsor. It’s an exciting time for the couple – but also for cake fans eager to see wedding cake designer Sophie Cabot’s extremely high-profile creation.

The London-based baker started her own company in 2014, after growing up with a love of her grandma’s baking and, in adulthood, becoming fascinated by cake art - a passion prompted by her background in costume design. Cabot particularly loves making sugar flowers and hand-painting cakes, and her cakes have a modern, romantic feel.

Cabot makes everything from smooth chocolate cake to lemon, red velvet and even your nan’s favourite: fruit cake. Her go-to fillings include vanilla buttercream, chocolate and orange zest buttercream and chocolate ganache. Or passionfruit and mango Swiss meringue buttercream, if you’re feeling fancy.

To give you a taste of what’s to come on Friday 12 October when Eugenie and Jack tie the knot, here are some of the beautiful bakes she’s previously made.

The many-tiered masterpiece

The pink dripper

A geode delight

This floral masterpiece

This fresh flower bake

This lemon drizzle wonder

This festive number

A spot of luxury

And this chocolate orange delight.