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The Greater Manchester Council offered engineering apprenticeships for a small number of unemployed young people, and Cambridge University sent "a spare copy of The Complete English Traveller" by Robert Sanders (writer). Then they flew to Scotland, where the rest of the royal family had gathered at Balmoral Castle, and spent time in a hunting lodge on the estate.The Worshipful Company of Glovers of London presented the couple with gloves made out of leather, silks and cotton. During that time, the press was given an arranged opportunity to take pictures.This was followed by an invitation to Balmoral Castle, the Windsor family's Scottish home, to meet his family.Diana was well received at Balmoral by the Queen, Prince Philip, and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Diana and Charles had been seeing each other for about six months when he proposed on 3 February 1981 in the nursery at Windsor Castle. Two million spectators lined the route of Diana's procession from Clarence House, with 4,000 police and 2,200 military officers to manage the crowds.Another wedding cake was created by Chef Nicholas Lodge; Chef Nicholas had previously made the Queen Mother's 80th Birthday Cake and would be commissioned to create a Christening Cake for Prince Harry.The couple received gifts from foreign officials including "an engraved Steuben glass bowl and a handmade porcelain centerpiece by Boehm" from the US, a set of antique furniture and "a watercolor of loons" by Canadian Robert Bateman for Prince Charles, together with "a large brooch of gold, diamonds and platinum" for Diana from Canada, handcrafted silver platters from Australia, an "all-wool broadloom carpet" from New Zealand, "a matching diamond and sapphire watch, bracelet, pendant, ring, and earrings" from the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, and a "small oil painting by the American artist Henry Kohler of Prince Charles playing polo", and a clock in Art Deco style by Cartier's chief designer, Daniel Ciacquinot.
The couple separated in 1992 and divorced in 1996 after fifteen years of marriage.
He took serious interest in her as a potential bride in 1980 when they were guests at a country weekend, where she watched him play polo.
He invited her for a sailing weekend to Cowes aboard the royal yacht Britannia as their relationship began to develop.
The Naval Armed Forces supplied the official wedding cake.
David Avery, head baker at the Royal Naval cooking school in Chatham Kent, made the cake over 14 weeks.