A life-size chocolate bust of King Charles III was made from 17 liters of melted chocolate, shortly before the coronation of the British monarch, which will take place on May 6 of this year, the BBC reports.
King Charles III received a 23kg chocolate bust – A gastronomic masterpiece for the coronation
The sculpture, which weighs more than 23 kilograms, was created from about 2,875 chocolates from the “Celebrations” chocolate collection of the American food factory “Mars”. Miniature pieces of Snickers, Mars, Twix, Milky Way and Bounty chocolates were used in the creation. It took four weeks to make the sculpture.
King Charles III is dressed in the uniform he is expected to wear at his coronation.
The chocolate bust will be exhibited at the factory’s English headquarters in the town of Slough.
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