Guests at the Buckingham Palace were treated to a tantalising menu which included South Uist salmon, Hebridean scallops and North Highland Mey select organic lamb.
Prince William and Kate’s wedding menu was stuffed full of posh Scots nosh.
Guests at the Royal couple’s nuptials were treated to a feast, they munched on marinated South Uist salmon and Hebridean scallops to start.
Then guests joined the bride and groom tucking into saddle of North Highland Mey select organic lamb, which was served with spring veg, Jersey Royal potatoes, and a Windsor sauce.
And they finished with a trio of Berkshire honey ice cream, sherry trifle and chocolate parfait.
All three courses were washed down with specially selected wines, followed by coffee or fresh mint tea.
The pair tied the knot in April 2011 - but the ‘wedding breakfast’ menu they shared with their guests has been revealed for the first time as part of a collection of royal memorabilia which has been put up for auction.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were married in front of 1,900 guests inside Westminster Abbey, before inviting 650 back to Buckingham Palace for a canape reception.
The ornate menu for the evening dinner was served to just 300 of their closest family and friends in the Buckingham Palace ballroom.
The menu is for sale as part of a collection of royal memorabilia spanning 200 years, which is going under the hammer at Reeman Dansie Auctioneers in Colchester next Tuesday.