WORLD-FAMOUS Brighton chocolatier Choccywoccydoodah is rumoured to be getting ready for a royal wedding.

The Lanes cake shop, renowned for its wild and wacky creations, is believed to have been contacted by Princess Eugenie looking for a bespoke creation for her upcoming nuptials to Jack Brooksbank. The couple will marry in October.

Choccywoccydoodah was founded in 1994 by Christine Taylor and Christine Garratt and featured in a TV documentary show.

The crazy creations of team – affectionately known as the Doodahs – displayed proudly in the Meeting House Lane window are now a must-see for every tourist to the city.

Celebrities from across the world clamour to have the team create the perfect patisserie centrepiece but the honour of an illustrious royal wedding has so far eluded the team.

The women are staying tightlipped about the exact details of the royal wedding cake but the Queen might be shocked by the sight of one of Choccywoccydoodah’s most popular wedding designs featuring gothic skulls and the words “till death do us part”.

Or perhaps Eugenie is a Game of Thrones fan and fancies a red wedding cake like the one the team created depicting the slaughtering of a number of the show’s main characters covered in daggers and blood.

Maybe, like Katy Perry the princess wants to be recreated in chocolate in the form of a life-size mermaid sculpture.

Oscar-winning actress Whoopi Goldberg looked no further than Brighton institution Choccywoccydoodah when she wanted a special Statue of Liberty cake for a friend.

The chocolate empire’s owner Christine Taylor had to carry Lady Liberty across the pond to deliver the masterpiece to the Ghost actress in 2013.

Last month the team opened a new three-storey flagship store in London’s Covent Garden.

In the past the city’s most famous cake shop has made fantastic chocolate creations for Kylie Minogue, Whoopi Goldberg, Elton John, Boy George and Joan Collins.

Ms Taylor previously told The Argus the shop was a tribute to Brighton – where she and her co-owner escaped to to get away from corporate jobs and start the business in 1994.

She said: “Brighton liked Choccywoccydoodah from the start because Brightonians really love cake, the Mothership will always be here.”

Multi-platinum selling rapper Tinie Tempah almost Passed Out when he was presented with a cake model of himself at the wheel of a car.

Mindbender Derren Brown asked the team to a design him a magical birthday cake featuring a secret illusion.

Space tourism pioneer Sir Richard Branson has also commissioned a cake that was out of this world.