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The flagship baking show will return to BBC One on Wednesday 24 August, with Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry reprising their roles as judges.As always, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins will be hosting.Did you know that 72% of the nation think that eating together around the table is a thing of the past?I think that’s really scary – so we’re trying to sit down altogether more often, and you’ll have to leave your phone at the door as we’ve banned all screens from the table.Well firstly you would either love or hate my pink door and gold squirrel knocker! The walls are a soft grey and I have a low wooden Japanese bed. In the evening I light candles and it’s an amazing room to retreat to after a bonkers day hustling and parenting and cleaning and chatting and tidying.Getting ready for a @sheerluxe event with a fabulous panel talking about raising girls – it’s going to be on their You Tube website and also on my podcast (which I’ve been banging on about and is coming BUT the burglary of my laptop last week put the launch back by FIVE interviews *ouch* – lesson learnt to back up everything always and forever 🙈😁) ANYWAY can’t wait to share this with you – the other panellists are amazing – will tweet along if possible Xx A post shared by Cherry Healey 💋 (@cherryhealey) on There is also an en-suite shower room which is also calm; no kids toys allowed!The other houses on the road are all lovely London period houses and then, at the end, my house is one of three modern buildings – I have grown wisteria up the wall to soften the façade.
What’s the most expensive thing you’ve bought for your home?My boyfriend would be there and he might cook because he’s really good (and then I can chat! He or I would bake a big hearty piece of fish marinated with miso (it’s sweet and delicious and slightly caramelises) with either coconut rice or sweet potato stack (layers of beetroot and mashed sweet potato and avocado – sounds odd but it really works).For pudding we’d have soft date, madeira and chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. (I’m really hungry now.) If we rifled through your wardrobe, what favourite items or things of significance would we find?It’s amazing to be able to have somewhere that is grownup and peaceful.
But perhaps the best bit is the terrace, again I’ve kept it quite Japanese, lots of evergreen plants in big grey pots and a raised bed for growing veg.One of my favourite pieces is a blue floral jumpsuit that I’ve worn a thousand times (I once wore it to a wedding at the Palace of Versailles where everyone else was wearing ball gowns – I hadn’t really clocked the dress code!