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Prue Leith and Arlene Phillips react to becoming dames

Prue Leith and Arlene Phillips have both been made dames in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Great British Bake Off judge Prue is being recognised for services to food, broadcasting and charity. Former Strictly Come Dancing judge and choreographer Arlene Phillips is being given her new title for services to...
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Queen’s Honours list: Prue Leith, Arlene Phillips and Rob Rinder among stars recognised

Prue Leith, Arlene Phillips and Robert Rinder are just some of the figures from the world of entertainment who have been honoured in the 2021 Queen’s Birthday list. Receiving the top honours of a damehood are The Great British Bake Off presenter Prue Leith, for services to food, broadcasting and charity, and former Strictly Come Dancing judge and choreographer Arlene Phillips, for services to dance and charity.
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Bake Off’s Prue Leith made a dame

The Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith has been made a dame in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. The South African-born restaurateur and broadcaster is recognised for services to food, broadcasting and charity. Leith, 81, said she was “thrilled, delighted and very grateful” with what is her latest honour, having...
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Icing on the cake! Bake Off judge Prue Leith and Strictly queen Arlene Phillips are both made dames while Bond villain Jonathan Pryce is knighted and veteran singers Lulu and Engelbert Humperdinck also get gongs

Television chef and Great British Bake Off judge PRUE LEITH has had her distinguished career recognised with a damehood. The South African-born restaurateur, 81, is among a host of stars from the worlds of film, music and entertainment on the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. She is joined by former Strictly...
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Bake Off's Prue Leith 'to be made a Dame by Queen in birthday honours'

Since establishing herself a household name in 2017, Prue Leith has become a much-loved figure in the UK thanks to her appearances on the hit show The Great British Bake Off. The chef cemented her status as a national treasure further when she offered her services to the government on how they could make hospital food healthier - producing an independent review and providing series of recommendations.
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Bake Off's Prue Leith, 81, 'to be made a Dame in the Queen's Birthday Honours after advising Boris Johnson on how to make hospital food healthier'

Great British Bake Off star Prue Leith is reportedly set to be made a Dame in the Queen's Birthday Honours. The chef, 81, will allegedly receive the prestigious honour after being made an OBE in 1989 and a CBE in 2010, for offering advice to the government on how they could make hospital food healthier, according to The Sun.
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Prue Leith to be made a dame

Prue Leith is to be made a dame in the Queen's Birthday Honours list, after she advised Boris Johnson on how to make hospital meals healthier. Prue Leith is set to be made a dame in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. The 'Great British Bake Off' star was made an OBE...
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Prue Leith divides fans with controversial mouldy cheese hack

Great British Bake Off star Prue Leith divided fans on Tuesday when she shared a video of herself scrubbing mould off cheese with a kitchen sponge. The star took an unusual approach to saving her mouldy cheese, writing to her 167k Instagram followers: "I hate to waste food. This bit of Cornish Yarg has been in the fridge for a couple of weeks and is now covered in mould #wastenotwantnot".