Mary Berry has told ITV News that she would be "chuffed to bits" if the Great British Bake Off team walked away with a Bafta.
GBBO is nominated for best entertainment show and the audience award.
Berry said the show continued to thrive and be recognised because of the passion of its bakers and the "friendly" aura of the show.
"You'll never hear us swearing you know!" she joked during an interview with Nina Nannar.
Berry, 81, added: "I'd be chuffed to bits for everybody because it's a huge reward and such an honour."
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