Micky Flanagan had a sex dream about Mary Berry

Micky Flanagan had a sex dream about Mary Berry

Micky Flanagan had a sex dream about Mary Berry.
The 55-year-old comedian once had a fantasy about the former ‘Great British Bake Off judge’ – who is almost 30 years older than him and has been married to Paul J.M. Hunnings for over five decades – couldn’t believe it when he woke up one day and realised he’d dreamt about sharing a bed with her the night before.
Speaking on ‘Loose Women’ on Wednesday (06.12.17), he said: "I did have a little fantasy about meeting her one night and waking up in the morning and thinking: ‘I’m in bed with Mary Berry.’ And she said: ‘I’m going to make you a cake.’ "
However, Micky will no doubt be devastated to hear that the culinary queen actually has a soft spot for her former co-star Paul Hollywood and finds him "quite sexy."
Asked if he was as "sexy as he looks", Mary quipped whilst attending an event in London last month: "I think you should be the judge of that" … He is quite sexy, but for goodness sake don’t tell him."
Her sweet remarks came just days after the 51-year-old silver fox claimed Mary had "abandoned" the ‘Great British Bake Off’, when she chose not to move with the show when it was snatched from the BBC by Channel 4 last year.
He said: "The girls abandoned it. But I was the one put under siege. I became the most hated man in the country! It’s not fun for someone that doesn’t like being in the limelight. I didn’t set out to be on the telly, I set out to be a good baker. And I didn’t want this. There are people who can’t get past channel one, the older generation, who don’t understand how that works. They only flick a couple of buttons and it takes three clicks to watch Channel 4."
However, Mary – who was replaced on the popular baking show by Prue Leith – insists the revamped version of ‘The Great British Bake Off’ is "brilliant".
She shared: "I have looked at it yes, and I have to say it’s a wonderful format. It’s a wonderful creation that programme, and it’s followed the same lines. It continues to be brilliant. I was with it seven years and I loved it but I’ve gone on to pastures new and Prue Leith – she knows her stuff – and she and Paul will continue to be brilliant judges. I have spoken to Prue, I wished her well and she said she’s thoroughly enjoying it and who wouldn’t? It’s a wonderful job."