She is known for her calm and composed appearances on her numerous baking shows, as well as The Great British Bake Off.

But Mary Berry suffered a minor telly mishap on Monday, as she was almost taken out by a goat in a hilarious moment on her new baking series Mary Berry Everday.

The 82-year-old was milking the farm animal in order to make her own cheese – but the goat was having none of it, and proceeded to kick its legs up at her instead.

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You have goat to be kidding me! Mary Berry suffered a minor telly mishap on Monday, as she was almost taken out by a goat in a hilarious moment on her new baking series

You have goat to be kidding me! Mary Berry suffered a minor telly mishap on Monday, as she was almost taken out by a goat in a hilarious moment on her new baking series

Giving insight into Mary’s peaceful country life, the master baker took her daughter Annabelle and granddaughter Atalanta to milk a goat – in order to make their own cheese for a picnic.

However things soon go awry when her goat Bea decided it was not in the mood for a milking, and instead tried to hurtle past the Bake Off judge – almost sending her flying off her stool.

Seeing the funny side of the situation as she recovered herself, Mary attempted to soothe the animal by cooing: ‘Come on Bea, it’s only me. Let’s be friends!’

Kick-ing off: The master baker took her daughter Annabelle and granddaughter Atalanta to milk a goat - in order to make their own cheese for a picnic

Kick-ing off: The master baker took her daughter Annabelle and granddaughter Atalanta to milk a goat – in order to make their own cheese for a picnic

Baking is a whisk-y business! However her goat Bea decided it was not in the mood for milking, and instead tried to hurtle past the Bake Off judge - almost sending her flying off her stool

Baking is a whisk-y business! However her goat Bea decided it was not in the mood for milking, and instead tried to hurtle past the Bake Off judge – almost sending her flying off her stool

Peacemaker: Seeing the funny side of the situation as she recovered herself, Mary attempted to soothe the animal by cooing: 'Come on Bea, it's only me. Let's be friends!'

Peacemaker: Seeing the funny side of the situation as she recovered herself, Mary attempted to soothe the animal by cooing: ‘Come on Bea, it’s only me. Let’s be friends!’

However the animal proceeded to kick its legs back in a strop once again, before running off altogether in the funny scene. 

Pulling a face of mock anger at her granddaughter, Mary then laughed as she cried out: ‘Granny’s lost her goat!’ 

The scene left viewers and fans alike in hysterics, who proceeded to take to Twitter to comment on the incident. 

Not having it: However the animal proceeded to kick its legs back in a strop once again, before running off altogether in the funny scene

Not having it: However the animal proceeded to kick its legs back in a strop once again, before running off altogether in the funny scene

Seeing the funny side: Pulling a face of mock anger at her granddaughter, Mary then laughed as she cried out: 'Granny's lost her goat!'

Seeing the funny side: Pulling a face of mock anger at her granddaughter, Mary then laughed as she cried out: ‘Granny’s lost her goat!’

One wrote: ‘#MaryBerry nearly got taken by a goat’, while another added with a laugh: ‘Bezza’s trying to make friends with a goat but the goat doesn’t like her!’ 

Another added in mock horror: ‘My heart leapt into my mouth I thought Mary Berry was going to get mauled by a goat I’ve never been that shocked’

While another commented: ‘Mary Berry was nearly knocked for six by that goat… ‘

 

 

 

 

In stitches: The scene left viewers and fans alike in hysterics, who proceeded to take to Twitter to comment on the incident

In stitches: The scene left viewers and fans alike in hysterics, who proceeded to take to Twitter to comment on the incident

Meanwhile another joked of the baker’s status as a fan favourite: ‘Does that stroppy goat know who Mary is?’ followed by a series of laughing emojis. 

Mary’s new series, Mary Berry Everyday, began earlier this month and has been a hit with fans so far thanks to her recreation of family classics. 

Proving herself to be a traditionalist, the beloved baker, who is known for her use of butter and double cream, recently revealed she is strongly against the current ‘clean-eating’ trend.  

She explained: ‘That’s right off my list. I think we should eat a little of everything. There’s nothing wrong with children coming home to a rock cake, a little piece of cake. Not a great big doughnut but in the lunchbox, a small shortbread. 

Before adding: ‘A little bit of everything. It’s the excess that doesn’t do us good.’ 

Favourite: Mary's new series, Mary Berry Everyday, began earlier this month and has been a hit with fans

Favourite: Mary’s new series, Mary Berry Everyday, began earlier this month and has been a hit with fans

 

 

 






Courtesy: Daily Mail Online

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