Nadiya Jamir Hussain was born 25th December in 1984. She is a British baker, journalist, author and television anchor. She rose to celebrity after winning the sixth sequence of BBC’s The Great British Bake Off in 2015.
Nadiya Jamir Hussain was born to a British Bangladeshi family in Luton. She grew up there. She made her attentions in cooking while at school and mostly self-educated herself in cooking. She learnt baking by reading recipe books and study lessons on YouTube. She married and moved to Leeds. She began studying for an Open University degree there. In 2015 she emerged in The Great British Bake Off and won the challenge. She was consequently requested to make a cake for the 90th birthday celebration of Queen Elizabeth II and to present herself to BBC documentary known as ‘The Chronicles of Nadiya’
Nadiya Jamir Hussain is a second generation Bangladeshi Briton born women. She attended Challney High School and Luton Sixth Form College. Hussain’s father was a chef. She learned basic cooking skills at school. Her mother never used the oven for bake. She taught herself using books and internet.
Nadiya Jamir Hussain emerged on and won the sixth series of The Great British Bake Off. During the finishing she baked sixteen iced buns in three hours, as well as raspberry-flavored mille-Feuillet, to one of Paul Hollywood’s recipes. She made this in two hours.
The final was the most watched show with more than fifteen million viewers in 2015. Her exterior on demonstrate. It was ensuing fame with audiences were thanked vital steps. It was toward rough labels about the Muslim society and approval about cultural assortment.
Nadiya Jamir Hussain built a big following on social media. To give thanks to her dramatic show and her revealing facial lexis people comment on it. Her online followers express themselves as “Nadiyators”.