A hotelier has paid £215 in an internet auction for a slice of royal wedding cake.
The royal couple were married at Windsor on 9 April
John Davies, from Llangollen, plans to put the fruit cake from the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall on show.
The tiny slice is complete with a tin bearing the royal coat of arms and a certificate of authenticity.
It was put up for sale by a tenant of the Duchy of Cornwall - about 200 had received the memento of the wedding.
Mr Davies found out about the sale when he and his partner were on a visit to the Isles of Scilly and met one of the tenants. He offered £50 but was told it was already being sold on eBay.
"It will be a good talking point." he said. "We've already got a nice collection of memorabilia here... some Victorian bits and pieces and a rocking horse, so this will be an interesting addition to the collection.
"It might go mouldy in time, but I don't think it matters... I'm sure it will attract a lot of attention."
A spokeswoman at Clarence House confirmed that a number of Duchy tenants were given slices of cake but she declined to comment on the eBay sale.