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Junior Bake Off fans embraced the show's return last night, with one branding it 'the most wholesome thing we all need right now'.
The spin-off to the Great British Bake Off sees 16 aspiring cooks aged nine to 15 enter the famous tent to try to impress judges Liam Charles, a former contestant himself, and pastry chef Ravneet Gill.
It's presented by comedian Harry Hill, who delighted viewers with his eccentric gags and typically off the wall humour.
On 'Cake Day', eight of the junior bakers - Fyn, 10, Fern, 10, Sophia, 10, Cece, 14, Reece, 14, Robbie, 15, Charlie, 10, and Erin, 13 - took part in the first heat which saw them make jelly and 'fantasy' cakes.
Star baker went to Reece, from Leicestershire, who impressed in the showstopper with his 'Rainbowsplosion' creation which featured six layers of colourful vanilla sponge and strawberry jam.Star baker went to 14-year-old Reece, pictured, who impressed with his 'Rainbowsplosion' creationReece's stunning showstopper cake featured six…
A 33-year-old woman has revealed her dilemma over when is the best time to start a family, revealing that she wants two children but doesn't feel ready yet.
Posting anonymously on Mumsnet, the British woman explained that she and her husband haven't been able to go on honeymoon abroad because of the pandemic, they aren't living in a house where they would want to raise their children and still have career goals they want to meet.
Responses to the post were torn as some advised the woman not to delay having a baby because ageing impacts fertility, while others argued she will regret getting pregnant if she's isn't entirely ready.A 33-year-old woman who has a list of things she would like to achieve, has sparked a debate about when is the right time to try for a baby (file image)
Asking for advice, the woman…