Of course, no birthday is complete without a cake, and Chloë's definitely didn't disappoint
You want to have your cake and eat it too, right? Chloë had a Marie Antoinette-themed cake and to be honest, it looked delicious even after she'd lost her head.
The Marie Antoinette masterpiece was the traditional Barbie cake that we've all seen before. Insert Barbie in a dome cake, ice the cake as though it were a dress, and voila!
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The three-dimensional cake was in the shape of the historical figure, complete with an 18th-century gown made out of frosting. Chloë
celebrated her 20th birthday with family and friends and the ultimate killer cake you'll see this week.
Around the bottom of the cake it read, "Let them eat cake," which definitely seemed fitting. But, yes Marie's head was missing from the top of the cake, making the dessert historically accurate as the queen was beheaded in 1793.
It's all a bit freaky, but good fun, and with the inside of the cake being a funfetti flavour, it must have been delicious. However there wasn't just one cake, there was one more a lovely homemade vegan, gluten-free lasagna by made by Mum herself.
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This story first appeared on Refinery29