Ebene News – GB – Mary Berry explains how she kept a 54-year marriage to Paul together ‘I’m very lucky’

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Mary Berry joined Lorraine alternate presenter Ranvir Singh today to discuss the Celebrity Best Home Cook finale The finale will see former politician Ed Balls, columnist Rachel Johnson and Celebs Go Dating star Tom Reed clash for Mary’s approval.However, during the interview, Judge Great British Bake Off opened up to Ranvir about her marriage to Paul Hunnings and how she kept her spirits up. family during lockdown

“Many couples have spent a lot of time together over the past year more than they ever would have,” the presenter continued.

“Is cooking and eating together a good tool to keep the passion going and keep the conversation going?”

“It’s a way to encourage everyone, to feed them and we all had time to do interesting things and try things

“Let the kids cook I think it was a huge relief for everyone to be able to cook and enjoy good food”

“But do things go out of fashion [for example] in cakes – cupcakes have been everywhere, are you still a fan or have you moved on?” Ranvir asked

“Well, Ranvir, those wouldn’t be cupcakes. I go back to this wonderful Victoria sandwich a lot,” Mary

“This is a cake that will keep for a few days, it is the best I will make different flavors but I think that to feed people everyone is relaxed and a very good cake

“But not the cupcakes that you usually have too much frosting on and I think those days are past”

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Mary continued by discussing a time when one of the Best Home Cook celebrity finalists made the most of a nightmarish situation in the kitchen

Ranvir asked: “You say that making mistakes doesn’t change the game, because making mistakes is good”

“We all make mistakes, this is how you get by,” replied Mary “Earlier in the competition Rachel had her cake and it fell on it, she immediately picked it up and put it together. again and didn’t throw it aside saying, “I got it”

“We should all face a mistake, especially in the kitchen, after everyone wants to be fed”

“Do you make mistakes even now or are you perfect?” Please don’t say you make mistakes, we all want you to be perfect, don’t you know that? Ranvir asked

“I’m definitely not perfect, I make mistakes, just ask my kids and if it started out like something it could [move on]”, the TV chief replied. / p>

“If you break a meringue you add fruit to it, you can mess Eton up and so you have to get out of it

“Yes, you can’t be rigid in the kitchen, you have to be a little flexible,” added the presenter

Lorraine airs weekdays on ITV at 9 a.m. Celebrity Best Home Cook ends tonight on BBC One at 9 p.m.

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Ebene News – GB – Mary Berry explains how she kept together 54 years of marriage to Paul “I’m very lucky”

Source: https://www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv-radio/1398950/Mary-Berry-husband-Paul-Hunnings-marriage-Lorraine-ITV-video