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Artist creates portrait of The Duke of Cambridge and Prince George using TOBLERONE!

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  • Michelle Wibowo from Michelle Sugar Art, made it using 16,074 triangles.
  • The art work measures an enormous 12ft x 8ft and weights 154kg

The Royal family are rather used to sitting for portraits but the Duke of Cambridge might be a tad surprised by the latest recreation of his and his son's likeness.A giant chocolate portrait of the royal pair has been unveiled to mark William's first Father's Day as a Dad.The piece was created by food artist Michelle Wibowo from Michelle Sugar Art, using a staggering 16,074 individual triangles of Toblerone. It took more than 1,500 bars of the iconic shaped chocolate bar using dark, milk and white chunks to create depth and dimension.The art work measures an enormous 12ft x 8ft and weights a staggering 154kg. The full creation took Michelle more than 100 hours of planning, preparation and construction. 

She said: 'When I was asked to create a portrait of Prince William and Baby George, I was very excited.