[WATCH] Gigantic Hogwarts castle cake sculpted; served to fans on Harry Potter sets

Bhubaneswar/London:  Potterheads! You’re up for a visual treat. Kick-starting the spirits of revelry ahead of the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter movie franchise, British patissier Michelle Wibowo, sculpted a gigantic Hogwarts castle cake.

Wizarding World, the official Twitter profile for Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts franchise, on Thursday tweeted a one-minute long video with a caption, “Hogwarts? Made out of CAKE? What more could you want.”

The video opens by giving the audiences a visual tour to the Warner Bros Studio in London.  Moving ahead, into the great hall, the video gives an elaborate view of the giant and magnificent Hogwarts cake.

As per the video, to celebrate 20 years of the first movie of the Harry Potter franchise ‘The philosopher’s stone’, Warner Bros had challenged sugar craft artist and cake sculptor Michelle Wibowo to create an incredible cake based on Hogwarts Castle.

Wibowo, being a Harry Potter fan herself, took up the challenge and sculpted a huge cake perfectly resembling the Hogwarts castle from the Harry Potter movies. The cake sculptor informed the viewers that the Hogwarts Castle cake was six feet wide, five feet long and weighs around 100kgs.

                       Michelle Wibowo giving the Hogwarts Castle cake a final touch


The first few slices of the gigantic cake were served to fans who had gathered in the Great Hall.

An enthusiastic Wibowo was featured in the video sharing her experience making the masterpiece. It was hard but she believed it was quite a big achievement for her.

Watch the video here:


Harry Potter movies will celebrate its 20th anniversary on January 1, 2022. On the occasion, Warner Bros has announced the reunion of the entire starcast of the movie franchise. Following the announcement, fans are thrilled to watch the terrific trio Harry, Harmione and Ron played by actors Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, together on screen.

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