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The State bedroom.
Move over Mary Berry... Eggs-pert bakers have created the ultimate showstopper with this recreation of a famous country house made entirely from gingerbread.
Culinary wizards from Biscuiteers spent more than 500 hours hand-sculpting an intricate 6ft tall model of grand Waddesdon Manor.
The incredible model was made from 240 eggs and 216kgs of icing, and recreates in meticulous detail some of the manor's most opulent of its 45 rooms.
London-based Biscuiteers spent over a year planning the amazing construction before two of their most senior bakers began the complex build process in September.
One of the rooms recreated in the model, the white Portico Room, once hosted Winston Churchill who chose it because it had a balcony for him to smoke his cigars from.