Royal shock: Duchess of Cambridge set to share cooking secrets with Mary Berry

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently announced they would be partnering up with the UK’s most loved TV baker, Mary Berry, to cook a mammoth feast for charity volunteers and staff. Royal fans and Great British Bake Off enthusiasts alike were delighted to hear that the heir to the throne would be teaming-up with the ‘Queen of Puds’.

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Fans have expressed how the mix of the royals and Mary Berry has hit the right note in the culinary road - colliding TV celebrity with the heirs to throne.

Also added was Great British Bake Off champ, Nadia Hussain, who won the show in 2015.

Their combined efforts in whipping up a meal for charity staff over the festive period will be available to watch on BBC One.

The show is called A Berry Royal Christmas.

Kate and Mary are ready to exchange cooking secretsKate and Mary are ready to exchange cooking secrets (Image: GETTY)

Mary is no stranger to royal encountersMary is no stranger to royal encounters (Image: GETTY)

It has been revealed that the royal pair are also huge Bake Off fans, and are said to love baking.

Before marrying into the royal family, Kate was apparently a regular at the Love Bakery in Chelsea, West London.

Kate’s brother James even ran a cake kit company for a while after he graduated from university.

Six years ago, Kate and Mary met at an event for the charity Child Bereavement UK.

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Kate is said to love bakingKate is said to love baking (Image: GETTY)

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Since the encounter, the pair have hit it off as best bakery pals.

As well as cooking to their hearts content, the royals introduced Mary to her first alcohol-free bar, The Brink in Liverpool.

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