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Ruby Bake Off Wedding

Ruby Bake Off Wedding
Ruby Bake Off Wedding

Ruby Bake Off Wedding: Ruby Tandoh, winner of the Great British Bake Off, has tied the knot with her long-term love, Leah Pritchard – and did a fantastic job cutting the cake afterward! Ruby looked stunning in a sweeping white lace dress and pink open-toe shoes for the ceremony, which took place on August 31. Leah looked stunning in a colorful blouse, navy suit, and brown brogues for the occasion.

Ruby came to prominence as a contestant on the 2013 Bake Off season, however, she was defeated by fashion designer Frances Quinn. At the time, she was in the spotlight because of her connection with Paul Hollywood, with many believing that he had feelings for her as well. After his first separation from his wife Alexandra over the course of the series, the baker was accused of providing her special treatment because she is attractive. The baker denied this accusation.

Ruby and Leah, who met on the dating app Tinder, made their relationship public in 2015 when Ruby revealed she was bisexual on her social media accounts.

“I’m feeling fortunate and glad and free,” Tandoh said in a message to her Twitter followers after revealing that she had come out to her parents.

She responded with a link to Diana Ross’ disco song I’m Coming Out, and she called out “misogynists” who had accused her of flirting with the Hollywood elite.

Ruby Bake Off Wedding
Ruby Bake Off Wedding

“p.s. for those who believed I had a thing for Paul Hollywood or that I’d ever bang him to get ahead – the joke’s on you, you huge s***ing misogynists,” she said with a smile.

In response to messages of support, Tandoh said that being “out is the greatest place to be” and that it was “the best thing I’ve ever done,” and that social media has assisted her in feeling more comfortable.

Leah Pritchard, a musician who performs with the band Alimony Hustle, is pursuing a degree in psychotherapy, and the couple has previously shown an interest in adopting.

Leah, with whom she had been seeing for about 18 months at the time of the interview, pushed her to come out, according to the Bake Off finalist in a 2016 interview with Grazia magazine.

When she said ‘I do’ with her musician partner near her home in Sheffield, the chef and novelist looked absolutely stunning in white.

At a low-key celebration held at their local theatre, the Abbeydale Picturehouse, the couple exchanged vows on August 31st in the presence of friends and family.

In a single picture on Instagram, Ruby broke the news of her wedding with a simple fireworks emoji, while her wife Leah shared two lovely photographs from the day with her followers.

During the event, Leah sported a stylish navy blue suit with a vibrant blouse and bright yellow pocket square, while Ruby brought a bouquet of “baby’s breath” and styled her curly hair in a high bun.

A short sequin dress was her choice for the couple’s cinema-themed reception, where they were greeted with an innovative lightbox announcement of their upcoming marriage.

Ruby Bake Off Wedding
Ruby Bake Off Wedding

Ruby and Leah met on Tinder and confessed to being in a relationship soon after Leah disclosed her sexual orientation.

“Leah is the pancake-making queen, and I’m the pancake-eating queen, so we make a nice combination in that regard,” she said to PinkNews “and admitted that she still disliked’ talking about her decision to come out to her family.

Ruby sparked a controversy last year when she referred to British television personality Piers Morgan as a “sentient ham” when declining an invitation to appear on ITV’s morning program.

When Morgan was informed that the chef had said that she would “rather die” than standing next to him, she reacted by tweeting: “When you’re rejected by people because you didn’t win a cake-making competition, it’s always difficult.”