Viewers watching the Great British Bake Off final crumbled like a perfectly baked sponge last night at the sight of winner Rahul Mandal embracing his ‘second’ parents. After the nervous research scientist, originally from India, heard the judges announce his name, the 30-year-old rushed to hug his ‘adoptive’ family, Sheffield couple David and Liz, who welcomed Rahul into their home eight years ago. The heart-warming moment saw many watching dissolve into tears with one viewer suggesting the trio looked like Mr and Mrs Brown with Paddington Bear. The tense final, the ninth series of the show, saw Rahul fight off tough competition from Ruby Bhogal and Kim-Joy Hewlett to scoop the crown. Scroll down for video Research scientist Rahul Mandal, 30, with his cake stand trophy after winning the latest series of the Great British Bake Off. The research scientist, originally from Kolkata, India, has lived in the UK for eight years with his ‘adoptive’ parents, Sheffield couple David and Liz That’s our boy! David and Liz, who say their lives have been made richer since Rahul moved in, leap with joy after it’s revealed that he was the winner of the latest series of the Channel 4 show One viewer… Read full this story
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