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Kim Kardashian inspired lifesize cake contains £1.2 million worth of diamonds

Kim Kardashian inspired lifesize cake contains £1.2 million worth of diamonds
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Kim Kardashian is just everywhere.

It’s not a bad thing, but just feels like there’s nowhere you won’t find her. You can even get a manicure with a miniature Kimmy K twerking, in lingerie. Who doesn’t want that?

And while it’s not the first celeb-inspired food, this lifesize cake of Kim Kardashian certainly…takes the cake.

It’s not just any old cake either. Much like the fashion-forward glamour puss, the cake is adorned with £1.2 million worth of diamonds.

Wait, what? Who is putting that kind of order in?

**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT PIX@WENN.COM TO RECEIVE.** A baker has topped off a cake made in the image of Kim Kardashian with ??1.2 million worth of jewels. Debbie Wingham, the woman behind the creation of some of the world's most expensive cakes, was contacted by a customer who saw her last project - a life-sized Arabian bride cake - and requested a cake shaped like the reality TV star be made as gift for his partner. The installation, which took 10 days to craft, features 15 kilograms worth of Massa Ticino fondant, 85 boxes of rice crispy cereal and over 30,000 baby marshmallows. Over six kilograms of modelling chocolate was used to sculpt the arms, face and chest, with the dessert topped off with edible colour dust. The project marks the first time Wingham has used a 3D printer to help her with her work and she used the technology to create a template for Kardashian's face. The mould was then covered in chocolate and sculpted to look like the brunette beauty. In addition, 862 brilliant-cut Cartier diamonds totalling 19.80 carats, emeralds and onyx were used on a necklace placed on the cake along with a six-carat diamond and emerald bracelet - resulting in the bling being worth in excess of ??1.2 million. Wingham's celebrity clients include Katy Perry, Kate Winslet, Justin Bieber, Drake, as well as networks such as Fox, Discovery and the BBC. Featuring: Kim Kardashian cake When: 07 Mar 2018 Credit: Adel Hanna/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH ADEL HANNA/DEBBIE WINGHAM.**
(Picture: Adel Hanna/Cover Images)
**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT PIX@WENN.COM TO RECEIVE.** A baker has topped off a cake made in the image of Kim Kardashian with ??1.2 million worth of jewels. Debbie Wingham, the woman behind the creation of some of the world's most expensive cakes, was contacted by a customer who saw her last project - a life-sized Arabian bride cake - and requested a cake shaped like the reality TV star be made as gift for his partner. The installation, which took 10 days to craft, features 15 kilograms worth of Massa Ticino fondant, 85 boxes of rice crispy cereal and over 30,000 baby marshmallows. Over six kilograms of modelling chocolate was used to sculpt the arms, face and chest, with the dessert topped off with edible colour dust. The project marks the first time Wingham has used a 3D printer to help her with her work and she used the technology to create a template for Kardashian's face. The mould was then covered in chocolate and sculpted to look like the brunette beauty. In addition, 862 brilliant-cut Cartier diamonds totalling 19.80 carats, emeralds and onyx were used on a necklace placed on the cake along with a six-carat diamond and emerald bracelet - resulting in the bling being worth in excess of ??1.2 million. Wingham's celebrity clients include Katy Perry, Kate Winslet, Justin Bieber, Drake, as well as networks such as Fox, Discovery and the BBC. Featuring: Kim Kardashian cake, Debbie Wingham When: 07 Mar 2018 Credit: Adel Hanna/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH ADEL HANNA/DEBBIE WINGHAM.**
(Picture: Adel Hanna/Cover Images)

It’s not a big deal to baker Debbie Wingham who regularly deals with such extravagant orders.

The baker behind the creation of some of the world’s most expensive cakes was contacted by a customer who saw her last project – a life-sized Arabian bride cake – and requested a cake shaped like the reality TV.

The cake, which is almost the same height as Debbie, was made as a surprise to the client’s husband.

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It took ten days to craft, features 15 kilograms worth of Massa Ticino fondant, 85 boxes of rice crispy cereal, and over 30,000 baby marshmallows.

Over six kilograms of modelling chocolate was used to sculpt the arms, face and chest, with the dessert topped off with edible colour dust.

Probably takes Kim the same amount of time to get ready.

**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT PIX@WENN.COM TO RECEIVE.** A baker has topped off a cake made in the image of Kim Kardashian with ??1.2 million worth of jewels. Debbie Wingham, the woman behind the creation of some of the world's most expensive cakes, was contacted by a customer who saw her last project - a life-sized Arabian bride cake - and requested a cake shaped like the reality TV star be made as gift for his partner. The installation, which took 10 days to craft, features 15 kilograms worth of Massa Ticino fondant, 85 boxes of rice crispy cereal and over 30,000 baby marshmallows. Over six kilograms of modelling chocolate was used to sculpt the arms, face and chest, with the dessert topped off with edible colour dust. The project marks the first time Wingham has used a 3D printer to help her with her work and she used the technology to create a template for Kardashian's face. The mould was then covered in chocolate and sculpted to look like the brunette beauty. In addition, 862 brilliant-cut Cartier diamonds totalling 19.80 carats, emeralds and onyx were used on a necklace placed on the cake along with a six-carat diamond and emerald bracelet - resulting in the bling being worth in excess of ??1.2 million. Wingham's celebrity clients include Katy Perry, Kate Winslet, Justin Bieber, Drake, as well as networks such as Fox, Discovery and the BBC. Featuring: Kim Kardashian cake When: 07 Mar 2018 Credit: Adel Hanna/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH ADEL HANNA/DEBBIE WINGHAM.**
(Picture: Adel Hanna/Cover Images)
**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT PIX@WENN.COM TO RECEIVE.** A baker has topped off a cake made in the image of Kim Kardashian with ??1.2 million worth of jewels. Debbie Wingham, the woman behind the creation of some of the world's most expensive cakes, was contacted by a customer who saw her last project - a life-sized Arabian bride cake - and requested a cake shaped like the reality TV star be made as gift for his partner. The installation, which took 10 days to craft, features 15 kilograms worth of Massa Ticino fondant, 85 boxes of rice crispy cereal and over 30,000 baby marshmallows. Over six kilograms of modelling chocolate was used to sculpt the arms, face and chest, with the dessert topped off with edible colour dust. The project marks the first time Wingham has used a 3D printer to help her with her work and she used the technology to create a template for Kardashian's face. The mould was then covered in chocolate and sculpted to look like the brunette beauty. In addition, 862 brilliant-cut Cartier diamonds totalling 19.80 carats, emeralds and onyx were used on a necklace placed on the cake along with a six-carat diamond and emerald bracelet - resulting in the bling being worth in excess of ??1.2 million. Wingham's celebrity clients include Katy Perry, Kate Winslet, Justin Bieber, Drake, as well as networks such as Fox, Discovery and the BBC. Featuring: Kim Kardashian cake When: 07 Mar 2018 Credit: Adel Hanna/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH ADEL HANNA/DEBBIE WINGHAM.**
(Picture: Adel Hanna/Cover Images)
**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT PIX@WENN.COM TO RECEIVE.** A baker has topped off a cake made in the image of Kim Kardashian with ??1.2 million worth of jewels. Debbie Wingham, the woman behind the creation of some of the world's most expensive cakes, was contacted by a customer who saw her last project - a life-sized Arabian bride cake - and requested a cake shaped like the reality TV star be made as gift for his partner. The installation, which took 10 days to craft, features 15 kilograms worth of Massa Ticino fondant, 85 boxes of rice crispy cereal and over 30,000 baby marshmallows. Over six kilograms of modelling chocolate was used to sculpt the arms, face and chest, with the dessert topped off with edible colour dust. The project marks the first time Wingham has used a 3D printer to help her with her work and she used the technology to create a template for Kardashian's face. The mould was then covered in chocolate and sculpted to look like the brunette beauty. In addition, 862 brilliant-cut Cartier diamonds totalling 19.80 carats, emeralds and onyx were used on a necklace placed on the cake along with a six-carat diamond and emerald bracelet - resulting in the bling being worth in excess of ??1.2 million. Wingham's celebrity clients include Katy Perry, Kate Winslet, Justin Bieber, Drake, as well as networks such as Fox, Discovery and the BBC. Featuring: Kim Kardashian cake When: 07 Mar 2018 Credit: Adel Hanna/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH ADEL HANNA/DEBBIE WINGHAM.**
(Picture: Adel Hanna/Cover Images)

Debbie got to do a bit of experimenting too, using a 3D printer for the first time to create a template for Kim’s face.

The mould was then covered in chocolate and sculpted to look like the brunette beauty.

And to finish and bling it up, 862 brilliant-cut Cartier diamonds totalling 19.80 carats, emeralds and onyx were used on a necklace placed on the cake along with a six-carat diamond and emerald bracelet.

So anyone not familiar with such extravagant jewellery (peasants) the cake bling is worth in excess of £1.2 million.

Some of Debbie’s other celebrity clients include Katy Perry, Kate Winslet, Justin Bieber, Drake, as well as networks such as Fox, Discovery and the BBC.

Meanwhile, we’re left to eat Colin the Caterpillar cakes as we follow his journey from bachelorhood to babies.

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