Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain has presented the Queen with her birthday cake on the monarch's 90th birthday.
Hussain - who confessed she was "super nervous" about the prospect of baking for the longest-reigning monarch - prepared a three-tier orange drizzle.
"Which bit does one cut?" the Queen is heard asking the mother-of-two.
Her Majesty then proceeds to cut the cake before the crowd - and Nadiya - launch into an impromptu rendition of happy birthday.
The 31-year-old told ITV News that she chose to make an orange drizzle cake following the success of her lemon drizzle on the hit BBC One show.
The baker added: "You've got to feel some pressure when it's the Queen, right? Every time I tried to ignore the fact I was doing it for the Queen, my husband would very conveniently remind me - 'Hey, hey, you're slacking. It's for the Queen. Get up, you can't be lying down'."
It appears that Prince Philip may be a fan of the baking show.
"The Queen said 'Oh, she won the baking show' and he said 'Of course I know she won the baking show' - I think they were having a bit of a conversation."
And what did the Queen think of Nadiya's efforts?