Mary Berry gives rare look inside her £2.6million Henley home

Mary Berry has given fans a sneak peek inside her £2.6 million home as part of a new TV series.

Former Great British Bake Off star Mary, 86, invited fans inside her house on her latest show, Love To Cook, which was filmed in her own kitchen.

In scenes aired in November, viewers spied a contemporary style kitchen that features white furnishings and blue tiles.

Mary and her husband Paul Hunnings moved into their Henley home in 2018 having previously lived in Buckinghamshire for almost 20 years.

The TV star's current home boasts four bedrooms, a gym, a pool room and of course a fantastic-looking kitchen.

In October, the TV star was forced to stay in hospital for ten days and underwent surgery after an accident at home.

More recently, she recalled the incident and revealed the long wait she had the endure for an ambulance.

Speaking to Daily Mail's Weekend magazine, Mary recalled how she was in the garden picking sweet peas when she tripped over some bricks and "went down really hard".

Mary revealed she thought she had hurt her knee after undergoing an operation to give her a new knee a few years ago.

The baking star insisted he was "perfectly happy" to wait for emergency services, despite one of her feet "turning out". She now has a slight limp and is using a walking stick after the incident.

She recalled: "I sat quite still. I’d encourage everyone to have a phone with them always, when they’re out dog-walking, crossing a field… with a phone you can always get help."

After the fall, Mary called her husband Paul, who was in the house watching cricket. Mary joked he didn't pick up because "the cricket's more important".

Her daughter, Annabel, was at a tennis tournament so she phoned her son-in-law Dan, who arrived within ten minutes.

Mary recalled: "He saw me and said, 'I’ll get an ambulance'. I said, 'Oh, no, I’m fine', but he overruled me.

"He rang for the ambulance and they said, 'We’re very, very busy'. It was Sunday afternoon and there were lots of football injuries and whatever."

Dame Mary underwent surgery at the Royal Berkshire Hospital the next morning. She recalled: "I was never nervous."

Mary added: "I didn’t get a shiny new hip. They just repaired the old one and popped it back in. And oh, they were all lovely!"

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