You know you're royalty when an artist painstakingly takes the time to arrange 16,074 individual triangles of Toblerone chocolate to create a portrait of you.
See portrait of British Royal and son that was created using Toblerone chocolates
The work took more than 1,500 bars of chocolates using dark, milk and white chunks to create depth and dimension, and it measured an enormous 12ft x 8ft.
To celebrate Duke of Cambridge, Prince William's first Father's Day celebration as dad, food artist Michelle Wibowo from Michelle Sugar Art created a portrait of the prince and his son, Prince George using Toblerone chocolates.
Weighing a staggering 154kg, the work took 100 hours of planning, preparation and construction.
Speaking on the project, Wibowo admitted that "the hardest process was trying not to eat the Toblerone along the way."
Wibowo studied at the National Baking School in London after completing an architecture degree in Indonesia and has won numerous awards including gold at the Culinary Olympics.
See photos o the stunning portrait above.
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