Toblerone Marks His Royal Highness Duke Of Cambridge’s First Father’s Day With Giant Edible Portrait

Toblerone chocolate Prince William and George portrait for Father's Day 2014WOW!!!! Look at this amazing chocolate portrait of Prince William and his lovely son Baby George. It has been made completely out of Toblerone chocolate to celebrate the Duke of Cambridge’s first Father’s Day.

The work of ‘chocolate art’ was created by food artist Michelle Wibowo from Michelle Sugar Art and it uses a jaw-dropping 16,074 individual chunks of Toblerone! It took over 1,500 bars of the delicious triangle shaped chocolate bar to create the portrait.

The finished art work measures an enormous 12ft x 8ft and weight a staggering 154kg!

It took Michelle over 100 hours of planning, preparation and construction.

Michelle Sugar Art said “When I was asked to create a portrait of Prince William and Baby George, I was very excited. Everyone’s first Father’s Day is a memorable occasion, and what better way to mark the nation’s favourite Royal father by creating an edible portrait of him. It has taken me a long time to map out the exact location for each tiny piece of chocolate to create a recognizable image, but the hardest process was trying not to eat the Toblerone along the way!”


 * Please note this is not a sponsored post – I’m just posting about it because I am amazed at Michelle’s wonderful handiwork and wanted to share a photo with you all.

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