Nadiya Hussain

Nadiya Hussain is a British TV chef, columnist, author, and television presenter. She is best known as the winner of the sixth series of BBC’s “The Great British Bake Off”. She has also written some cookbooks such as ‘Nadiya’s Kitchen’, ‘Nadiya’s British Food Adventure’, and ‘Nadiya’s Family Favourites’. She was also named one of the 500 most influential people in the UK by Debrett in 2017.

Buckingham Palace asked Nadiya to bake a cake for Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday celebrations, and she decided to make an orange drizzle cake with orange curd and orange buttercream.

She is also active on social media, with over 610k Instagram followers @nadiyajhussain and over 240.4k Twitter followers @BegumNadiya.

Nadiya Hussain is known for what?

As a British TV chef, author, and TV presenter, he is well-known.

She is best known for winning the sixth series of the BBC’s The Great British Bake Off.

Nadiya Hussain is from where?

Nadiya Hussain was born on December 25, 1984, in Luton, Bedfordshire, England. Nadiya Jamir Begum is her given name. She was born in England to a first-generation British Bangladeshi family. Jamir Ali, a chef who owned an Indian restaurant, and Asma Begum, a housewife, were her parents when she was born. She is the youngest of five siblings, with three sisters and two brothers.

She is of Sylheti descent and has British nationality. Capricorn is her zodiac sign. Her faith is Muslim.

She went to Beech Hill Primary School, Challney High School, and Luton Sixth Form College for her studies. There is no information available about her educational history. She did, however, announce that she learned fundamental cooking skills in college. She also has a bachelor’s degree in Childhood and Youth Studies from an open university.

Career Highlights of Nadiya Hussain

Nadiya Hussain won the sixth series of the British television baking competition “The Great British Bake Off” in 2015.

With over 15 million viewers, the show’s finale became the most-watched show of 2015.

She made a guest appearance in the BBC One show ‘Michael McIntyre’s Big Christmas Show’ on December 25, 2015.

Nadiya’s two-part food travelogue program, ‘The Chronicles of Nadiya,’ aired on BBC One in August 2016, in which she travels to Bangladesh to trace her culinary roots. She also featured on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs in the same month.

She replaced Mary Berry as a judge on the fourth series of CBBC’s ‘Junior Bake Off’ in November 2016.
Nadiya co-hosted a two-hour cookery show on BBC Radio 2 with Olly Smith on December 21, 2016, as part of the BBC’s Christmas radio lineup.

In 2017, she hosted an eight-part BBC Two series called “Nadiya’s British Food Adventure,” in which she traveled around the country and met food producers.

She also co-hosted ‘The Big Family Cooking Showdown’ with Zo Ball in the same year, but she quit the show after a while to concentrate on her own show, ‘Nadiya’s Family Favourites.’

‘Nadiya’s Family Favourites,’ Hussain’s second TV cookery series, premiered on BBC Two in July 2018.

In 2019, she starred in BBC Two’s sixth cookery programme, ‘Time To Eat,’ which featured a variety of time-saving kitchen hacks and recipes to help families save time and money. In April 2020, the show will be added to Netflix’s catalog.

Nadiya appeared in the eighth installment of the cookery series ‘Nadiya Bakes’ in September 2020.

Nadiya is a writer and blogger who works as a Contributing Editor for ‘BBC’s Good Food,’ the UK’s largest food media brand. In addition, she contributes a monthly column to The New York Times Magazine.

Nadiya was a writer for Essentials magazine, and her recipes have appeared in publications such as “The Telegraph,” “Good Food,” and “The Guardian.”

Nadiya Hussain published her first cookbook, ‘Nadiya’s Kitchen,’ in 2016, and has since published many more, including ‘Nadiya’s British Food Adventure’ (2017), ‘Nadiya’s Family Favourites’ (2018), ‘Time To Eat’ (2019), and ‘Nadiya Bakes’ (2019). (2020).

She’s already a published author of children’s books. ‘Nadiya’s Bake Me A Novel,’ her first children’s book of stories and recipes, was released in September 2016 by Hodder Children’s Books. ‘Nadiya’s Bake Me Festive Tale’ (2017), ‘Nadiya’s Bake Me Celebration Story’ (2018), and ‘My Monster and Me’ (2018) are her other children’s novels (2019).

With the support of author Ayisha Malik, Nadiya Hussain published her first novel, ‘The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters,’ in January 2017. ‘The Decline and Rise of the Amir Sisters’ (2019) and ‘The Hopes and Triumphs of the Amir Sisters’ (2019) are her other plays (2020).

Her autobiography, ‘Finding My Voice,’ was released by Headline Publishing Group on October 17, 2019, and contains some of her own recipes and poetry.

A homeware set is also available from Nadiya. In 2018, she collaborated with BlissHome to launch her own homeware line, “Make Life Colourful Range,” which includes a full tableware line, candles, aprons, oven gloves, tea towels, and spice racks.

Awards and nominations for Nadiya Hussain

For The Chronicles of Nadiya, Nadiya Hussain won the Presenter Award at the ‘Women in Film and Television UK’ or WFTV Awards in 2017. In the same year, she was nominated for the ‘Royal Television Society Awards’ as a Breakthrough star for The Chronicles of Nadiya.

Nadiya’s British Food Adventure won Factual Entertainment at the RTS West of England Awards in 2018.

For Nadiya’s British Food Adventure in 2018, she was named Personality of the Year at the ‘Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards.’ In the same year, she received the ‘National Book Award’ for Nadiya’s Family Favourites, which was named Food And Drink Book Of The Year.

For Nadiya’s Asian Odyssey, she received the ‘Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards’ in 2019.

Nadiya Hussain’s Husband

Nadia Hussain is a married woman. She married to Abdal Hussain in an arranged marriage. Nadia met her husband through their families when she was 19. The couple got married in a traditional ceremony in Bangladesh.

The couple has three children, two sons named Musa Hussain and Dawud Hussain, and a daughter named Maryam Hussain.

In December 2018, Nadiya and her husband married each other again.

Nadiya Hussain’s Height

As of September 2020, Nadia Hussain is 35 years old. She is a gorgeous woman with an average body build. She stands at a height of 1.53m (5 feet) tall and her body weighs around 55kg (121 lbs.). Her body measurements are 32-25-34 inches. Her bra size is 32B. She wears a shoe size of 6(US) and a dress size of 4(US). Her hair color is black and her eye color is Dark Brown. Her sexual orientation is Straight.

Nadiya Hussain’s Net Worth

Nadiya Hussain has quite good earnings from her career as a  TV chef, author, and television presenter. As of 2020, Nadiya Hussain’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. There is no information about her salary and other assets.

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