The Sweet Reason Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Are Breaking Royal Tradition with Their Wedding Cake

It seems to be a direct reference to their relationship.

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Tradition has it that members of the royal family have fruitcake at their wedding (okay) since it has the helpful ability to never go stale—which comes in handy when the cake is served years later at the christening of the pair's first child. But Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will continue their habit of breaking rules, and have reportedly ditched the fruit cake in favor of bananas.

A source tells The Daily Telegraph that, "This will be the first royal wedding cake made from bananas" and that Harry loves "anything with banana."

Not only is the flavor a win for Harry, it's a reference to his relationship with Meghan, who shared this adorable photo of two bananas spooning early in their courtship:

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