Morrisons is launching a corgi cake to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee this summer.

The cake is inspired by the Queen’s pet dogs and its name was decided by Morrisons customers.

A competition on the supermarket’s Facebook page led to the cake being called Clarence.

The cake is a chocolate-covered swiss roll and it’s topped with red, white and blue sprinkles to celebrate the Queen’s 70th anniversary on the throne.

The Bolton News: Clarence the Corgi cake (Morrisons)Clarence the Corgi cake (Morrisons)

That’s not all though as Clarence boasts an edible face and boots as well as a Union Jack crown.

This isn’t the first time Morrisons has created a cake to celebrate a royal occasion with it creating a replica of Harry & Meghan’s Royal Wedding Cake in 2018 as well as a Gingerbread Prince to celebrate Harry’s first Father’s Day.

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Rachel Fish, Cake Creator at Morrisons, said: “We’ve created this special cake to pay tribute to the Queen, as the country celebrates her Platinum Jubilee this summer. We had great fun coming up with names for the cake but think Clarence, as chosen by our customers, is a fitting tribute.”

Morrisons’ Clarence the Corgi cake is set to join the supermarket’s Morris the Caterpillar cake on shelves in stores from Saturday May 21 ahead of the nation’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The cake costs £6 and serves 12, making it the ideal cake for parties and gatherings.