Mary Berry, 86, is made a Dame Commander by Prince Charles for a lifetime of cooking, writing and baking and is supported by husband Paul at Windsor Castle   

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  • Leading cookery writer and broadcaster, 86, has published over 50 books during a career spanning more than five decades
  • Dame Mary wore a chic white dress and hat while receiving praise from Prince Charles on Wednesday
  • She then posed with her husband, Paul Hunnings, whom she married in 1966
  • Dame Mary was also recognized for her charity work and is a patron of Child Bereavement UK
  • His son William died in a car accident at the age of 19

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Mary Berry is made Dame Commander by the Prince of Wales to cook, write and cook for a lifetime.

The former Great British Bake Off judge, 86, has published more than 50 books during a career spanning more than five decades and was honored during the Windsor Castle decoration ceremony.

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Dame Mary wore a chic white dress and hat as she received compliments from Prince Charles before posing with her husband Paul Hunnings on Wednesday.

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Honour: Mary Berry has been made Dame Commander by the Prince of Wales to cook, write and cook for a lifetime

She has become a popular figure with home cooks in recent years, thanks to her previous pivotal role in The Great British Bake Off series and hosting her own events, including Celebrity Best Home Cook.

Dame Mary was also recognized for her charity work and is a patron of Child Bereavement UK. His son William died in a car accident at the age of 19.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: “For ‘practical’ reasons, the two investments were made on the same day, the first is believed to be with Charles hosting the first and the Princess Royal of the second.”

All smiles: Dame Marie wore a chic white dress and hat as she received compliments from Prince Charles before posing with her husband Paul Hunnings on Wednesday.

All smiles: Dame Marie wore a chic white dress and hat as she received compliments from Prince Charles before posing with her husband Paul Hunnings on Wednesday.

Happy: The leading cookery writer and broadcaster, 86, has published more than 50 books during a career spanning more than five decades and was honored during the Windsor Castle decoration ceremony.

Happy: The leading cookery writer and broadcaster, 86, has published more than 50 books during a career spanning more than five decades and was honored during the Windsor Castle decoration ceremony.

Celebrations resumed in June after being halted during the pandemic, and there are likely to be many recipients who waited to be honored by a member of the royal family rather than choose a local presentation or receive an honor in the post Is. .

Also being recognized was Sir Philip May, husband of former prime minister Theresa May, who was knighted by Charles for political service.

Sir Philip was the UK’s second men’s unionist, and made a successful career in the finance sector away from supporting his wife.

Success: She has become a popular figure with home cooks in recent years, thanks to her previous pivotal role in The Great British Bake Off series and a host of events of her own.

Success: She has become a popular figure with home cooks in recent years, thanks to her previous pivotal role in The Great British Bake Off series and a host of events of her own.

Kind: Dame Mary is also known for her charity work and is the patron of Child Bereavement UK

Kind: Dame Mary is also known for her charity work and is the patron of Child Bereavement UK

Pride: She later posed with the compliment that was bestowed upon her by Prince Charles

Thrilled: He was proud of his achievement

Pride: She later posed with the compliment that was bestowed upon her by Prince Charles

Ceremony: Also being recognized was Sir Philip May, husband of former Prime Minister Theresa May, who was knighted by Charles for political service

Ceremony: Also being recognized was Sir Philip May, husband of former Prime Minister Theresa May, who was knighted by Charles for political service

Knighted: Sir Philip was the UK's second men's unionist, and made a successful career in finance away from supporting his wife

Knighted: Sir Philip was the UK’s second men’s unionist, and made a successful career in finance away from supporting his wife

Elsewhere on Wednesday, film director and screenwriter Steven Knight, who wrote the film Spencer about three days into the life of Diana, Princess of Wales and created the popular drama Peaky Blinders, was made a CBE.

Karen Gibson, founder and director of the Kingdom Choir, who performed during the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, was also made an MBE.

Mary is married to Paul Hunnings after they tied the knot during a family ceremony in Bath in 1966. They have three children together, Thomas, Annabel and William.

William tragically died in a car accident at the age of 19.

Achievement: Mary Berry has been made a Dame Commander by the Prince of Wales to cook, write, and cook during an arraignment ceremony at Windsor Castle.

Achievement: Mary Berry has been made Dame Commander by the Prince of Wales for a lifetime of cooking, writing and …

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