David Cameron , Samantha Cameron - Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and other members of the Royal Family attend a 'Service of Thanksgiving' to commemorate her 90th birthday at St. Paul's Cathedral. - London, United Kingdom - Friday 10th June 2016
Affiliated to different sides of the British political spectrum, Cameron and Balls will be participating alongside 14 other celebs in 'The Great Sport Relief Bake Off' next year.
Next year’s charity special of ‘The Great British Bake Off’ could take on a controversial political dimension, after the news that the Conservative prime minister’s wife Samantha Cameron will be facing off against former Labour shadow chancellor Ed Balls in the Sport Relief edition.
‘The Great Sport Relief Bake Off’, a biennial charity TV event acting as a spin-off from the massively successful annual main series, will last for three days from March 18th-20th next year. It’ll be featuring a total of 16 famous faces in total, though the political pair will be under the most scrutiny.
Samantha Cameron with husband David Cameron in November 2015
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