It is believed that credit for the custom of the Afternoon Tea goes to Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford in the early 19th century. The usual habit of serving dinner as late as 9pm left the Duchess hungry in the late afternoon. To stave off the hunger she would order tea, bread and butter and cakes to be served in her room. This was thought to be an excellent idea and the habit caught on and the afternoon tea was born.

A cake for people who love Loom Bands.

Filipa Jodelka: If there is an edge to Bake Off, it’s buried beneath layers and layers of patriotic puff pastry. So why is it so moreish?

Can baking improve mental health?
The woman behind the Depressed Cake Shop believes it can, and is hoping her pop-up shop will get people talking about it as well as raising money for mental health charities.

They say baking soothes the soul. How can it not? There is something so reassuring about the ritual – quietly weighing out butter, sugar, flour, cracking eggs, whisking, beating and folding. "If you're feeling a little bit down, a bit of kneading helps," Mary Berry once said. It is not just indulging in the end results – the cake, the biscuits, the scones – that helps to brighten up a blue day, but the therapeutic process itself.

The groom dumps the entire top tier of the wedding cake onto his bride's head.

A cute chubby boy singing cuppycake song, watch his eyebrows at the end... PRICELESS! Btw... i believe this kid is lipsync-ing, but he did it perfectly. Looks like he really sings it.