In France the epiphany is celebrated by eating a type of cake named La galette des rois. A fève, like a charm, is hidden in the cake in the form a figurine like one of the three kings or the baby Jesus. When there are kids, the youngest one must go under the table and tells whoever is serving to who each slice should go to. The lucky one who gets the fève becomes the king or the queen of the day, and they are given a golden or silver crown. It is traditionally celebrated on January 6, but because it is not a public holiday, the feast day occurs on the first Sunday of January.