A Royal Baby Girl? It’s Teatime at Pippa’s Party Pieces!

Oh we do like to hear wonderful news, don’t we? When we heard the announcement from Buckingham Palace yesterday (Sat 2 May) that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s baby girl was born, out came the pink lights to flash on London landmarks, including Tower Bridge.

Royal macarons tiered stand

In Paris, we brought out the red, white and blue macarons to throw a tea party for a baby princess.

Macaroons fit for a princess

As the royal family are busy debating the baby’s name, Pippa Middelton has also been so kind to  celebrate the arrival of Teatime in Paris by sharing one of the new recipes with readers on her blog, Party Pieces! I love an excuse to get my hat out. Too bad I’m no use at Sunday Selfies.

British royal macaron tea party

So, what do you think the baby’s name will be? Would you choose from the favourites: Charlotte, Alice, Elizabeth or Victoria? Or could it swing to something completely different?

Congratulations to Pippa on the birth of her new baby Princess niece. Please do head pop over to Pippa’s blog at Party Pieces, who is sharing my recipe for Diamond Biscuits to celebrate the arrival of Teatime in Paris in the UK!

 

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    • Jill Colonna
      Jill Colonna says:

      Good choice – and I can imagine that it may even have something to do that Charlotte is also sweet and gastronomique 😉 Thanks, Mardi – and also a huge thank you for your lovely comment over at Pippa’s blog.

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    • Jill Colonna
      Jill Colonna says:

      Well you got that right, Jamie, bang on in the middle! Thanks for popping by here and also for your lovely comment over at Party Pieces.

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    • Jill Colonna
      Jill Colonna says:

      We all love excuses to celebrate, don’t we, Christina? Thank you so much for your kind comment over at Party Pieces. Yes, that has to be one of the most easy peasy recipes that’s oh, so good – bit like our shortbread.

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    • Jill Colonna
      Jill Colonna says:

      Was for a bit o’ fun – thanks, Liz – and a huge thanks for your kind comment over at Pippa’s Party Pieces x

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