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'Great British Bake-Off' Winner to Make Queen’s Birthday Cake

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Nadiya Hussain has been asked to bake the queen’s 90th birthday cake

Nadiya Hussain, the very popular winner of The Great British Bake-Off, revealed that she will be baking the queen's 90th birthday cake.

The Great British Bake-Off has been described as the most “quintessentially British” television show and has amassed fans all over the world, and apparently it has some fans in very high places, because winner Nadiya Hussain revealed this week that she’s been asked to bake the queen’s 90th birthday cake.

The 31-year-old mother of three has been one of the show’s most popular contestants and has an army of fans online who call themselves “Nadiyators.” She says she learned basic cooking skills at school, and then taught herself to bake using cookbooks and YouTube videos. Once she was on the show, however, her skills were obvious and she wound up winning the whole thing.

Still, she was not expecting to bake for the queen. According to The Daily Mail, Hussain said she thought the request was a joke when she first received a request to bake Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday cake. Once the request was verified by her agent, she was stunned. She says she was so nervous she couldn’t even look at an oven.

“Chocolate fingers won’t do,” she said.

Hussain will reportedly be baking an orange drizzle cake with orange curd and orange buttercream, which she will deliver in person on Thursday.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


The 'Great British Bake Off winners' — can you remember them all?

We remind you of everyone who has won 'The Great British Bake Off'.

Can you remember all of The Great British Bake Offwinners?

When The Great British Bake Off, or The Great British Baking Show as it is called in the US, was launched back in 2010, no one could predict the phenomenon it would become.

Season one saw ten amateur bakers whipping up culinary delights in a makeshift kitchen in a tent, nervously delivering their baking delights to the judges each week in a bid to be crowned Star Baker. But, fast forward 10 years, and that iconic white tent and Union Jack bunting instantly tells us that we are about to witness some of the most inspiring baking ever seen on TV. oh, and some total kitchen disasters, too.

The show has been aired on both The BBC and Channel 4, with judge Paul Hollywood being the only one to make the move across the channels. After the show moved to Channel 4 in 2017, British icon Mary Berry and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins bowed out of the show, with Prue Leith joining Paul on the judging panel, while Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig took over the presenting roles.

The Great British Bake Offis now shown in the US as well, originally airing on PBS and now Netflix, bringing the quintessential charm of British baking at its best across the Atlantic.


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