Princess Michelle of Kent refused to eat a single bite while judging the World Chelsea Bun Competition



Princess Michelle of Kent refuses to try Chelsea Bun – judging the World Chelsea Bun Awards.

The 78-year-old royal, who is married to the late Queen’s first cousin Prince Michael of Kent, volunteered to help out at the awards at Partridges, which supplies groceries to the royal family.

Princess Michael’s niece, Lady Sophie Windsor, was supposed to judge the awards but was conflicted in a diary, which will show Channel 5’s The Royal Borough: Kensington & Chelsea.

But royal wires appear crossed, and Princess Michelle doesn’t look like she’ll have to eat anything while judging a baking competition.

’My daughter-in-law didn’t tell me that I was going to do a taste of „Help me for the wonderful children’s charity”. Because I’m not going to taste it’ she said.

She decided to judge the buns by sight alone – before noticing how the other judges ate a lot.

’I thought the judges had to take a good bite of each piece of bread,’ he added.

„I have to say that they look really good, and my expert eye goes straight to the biggest thing, they look great,” she continued.

He noted that the pomegranate buns were 'attractive’ and the savory buns were 'more interesting’.

’It’s so big, it’s almost a meal,’ she added of another loaf of bread, before noting it was 'very hard to justify’.

Partridges is a St. James-based, family-run grocer that has become a favorite of the Queen.

Princess Michelle of Kent refuses to try Chelsea Bun – judging the World Chelsea Bun Awards
The 78-year-old royal, who is married to the late Queen’s first cousin Prince Michael of Kent, volunteered to help out at the awards at Partridges, which supplies groceries to the royal family.

In 1991, the Partridges received a phone call from the Palace to order some supplies.

At first no one knew which palace but luckily it turned out to be Buckingham Palace.

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Partridges jumped at the chance and in 1994 was awarded a Royal Warrant as Grocer to Her Majesty the Queen.

In 2019, they launched the World Chelsea Bun Awards and run them every year.

Princess Michael’s niece, Lady Sophie Windsor, was supposed to judge the awards but a diary conflicted and asked her mother-in-law to step in, Channel 5’s The Royal Borough: Kensington & Chelsea will show.

This year’s competition will be judged by Princess Michelle of Kent and cake royalty Jane Asher.

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea explores hundreds of years of fascinating history, while also exploring the lives of the royals and super-rich who live in Britain’s wealthiest district.

Steeped in history, the borough of Kensington and Chelsea is where luxury living is the norm and royals always descend on the palace.

Explore how kings and nobles shaped the metropolis and the neighborhood’s glamorous past.

From homes worth over £20 million to exclusive private members’ clubs, from gardens fit for a king to a patisserie to impress a princess, this four-part series is an invitation to Britain’s wealthiest and most exclusive boroughs.

The Royal Borough: Kensington & Chelsea airs tomorrow on Channel 5

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