London: Brides-to-be with Petra Ecclestone tendencies have found a new way to lavish money on their wedding after a cake worth millions was unveiled ahead of The National Gay Wedding Show.

The extravagant six tier high dessert is one-and-a-half metres tall and is decorated with more than 2000 diamonds - the equivalent of 2046 carats, media reported.

Bespoke jewellers Russell and Case who are based on the aptly named Bling Bling Street in Liverpool collaborated with CAKE in Chester to make the glamorous showpiece.

The wedding cake is estimated to be worth a staggering 32.4 million pounds which means it is the most expensive in the world.

CAKE owners, Tim and Jules Smith said: "We jumped at the opportunity to create the world's most expensive wedding cake."

"It is a special cake standing at over a metre and a half tall and covered with diamonds, so they're the proverbial icing on the cake!" they added.

Their creation has beaten the former US record holder by Mimi So Jewellers and cake designer Nahid La Patisserie Artistique which was valued at 20 million dollars.

The public will be able to view - and taste - the new world record holder at the BT Convention Centre at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on the 3rd of March.

Laura Davies, Marketing and Events Manager, said: "We wanted to do something huge for The National Gay Wedding Show , and this cake really is huge!"


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