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[/tvshowbiz/great-british-bake-off/index.html Great British Bake Off] Star Prue Leith has admitted she is closer to her adopted daughter than her biological son - despite her mother's warnings that 'adoption was a risk'.<br>The 80-year-old recently made a documentary, Journey with my Daughter, about Li-Da's traumatic start in war-torn Cambodia as they searched for her biological family.<br>Now, she has confessed that she is closer to the 45-year-old, than she is to her Conservative MP son, Danny Kruger.<br>Speaking on Katie Piper's [http://www.ehow.com/search.html?s=Extraordinary Extraordinary] People podcast, she said: 'I have always been really close to Li-Da, oddly enough closer to Li-Da than I am I think to my son, although I adore him and love him just as much, but I don't see so much of him.<br>              Great British Bake Off Star Prue Leith has admitted she is closer to her adopted daughter Li-Da (pictured left) than her biological son Daniel (pictured right, together in 2010)<br>'Li-Da and I have always been very close, but yes certainly we are closer, and she is very good at making sure that everyday I FaceTime or she FaceTimes.<br><br>So my grandson will not forget who his Nana is.'<br>Prue and her late husband Rayne Kruger adopted Li-Da in the mid-'70s when she was 16-months-old.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES  [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next]    [/femail/article-8276943/Family-left-terrified-pet-feline-drags-live-DUCK-catflap.html  That's quackers! 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Hilarious snaps reveal the antics of people...]    <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br><br><br>The Bake Off judge found Li-Da after the child's parents were victims of Cambodia's killing fields, in which more than a million people were killed by the Khmer Rouge regime between 1975 and 1979. <br>Prue already had one-year-old son Daniel with her husband  [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/kinh-nghiem-kham-pha-shangri-la-vung-dat-cua-tinh-yeu.html tour shangrila] Rayne, who tragically passed away in 2002, when she decided she wanted another child. <br>Celebrity cook Prue said her mother warned her about how Li-Da, who has now adopted her own child, would cope in England.<br>        Prue and her adopted daughter Li-Da. The Great British Bake Off judge said: 'I've been really lucky because both my children are happy and successful'<br>      She said: 'My mother said to me '"look, all adoption is a risk".<br><br>It is a foreign child, different culture all the rest of it. But we had heard about Li-Da and we just wanted her. There is always the risk with children.<br>'You can have your own child and do everything right be perfect parents and guess what - at the age of sixteen they are drug addicts, or have got into the wrong company and gone right off the rails.<br><br>You can't legislate for these things.<br>The Great British Bake Off judge added: 'I've been really lucky because both my children are happy and successful.'<br>Prue also spoke on the [http://blogs.realtown.com/search/?q=podcast podcast] about the 'worst two days of her life' when she accidentally sent a tweet congratulating the winner of Bake Off in 2017, Sophie Faldo, before the show had aired.<br>        The 80-year-old recently made a documentary, Journey with my Daughter, about Li-Da's traumatic start in war-torn Cambodia as they searched for her biological family (picturerd)<br>She said: 'It was probably the worst two days of my life.<br><br>It sounds so ridiculous because I kept saying to myself when I'd done it I felt so terrible.<br>'What happened was we were in Bhutan, me and my husband (John Playfair), we were having a holiday and we had been walking in the mountains and it was very remote and there was no signal.<br>'We got back to our little hotel and we were having a siesta and he was asleep beside me and I thought I'll have a look on, and there was reception.<br>'The first thing that popped up was a tweet from the production company at Bake Off saying don't forget to congratulate the winner after 10.30pm.<br>        Prue also spoke on the podcast about the 'worst two days of her life' when she accidentally sent a tweet congratulating the winner of Bake Off in 2017, Sophie Faldo, before the show had aired.<br><br>Pictured: The judge on Bake Off earlier this year<br>'I thought "oh my god its after 10.30pm" and [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/kinh-nghiem-kham-pha-shangri-la-vung-dat-cua-tinh-yeu.html kynghidongduong.vn] I tweeted "bravo Sophie" and as I pressed send I suddenly thought "oh that's funny, I didn't see that Paul or Noel had congratulated her".<br>'And then immediately up popped a tweet from Emma Freud and it said "Eeek it's tonight, delete, delete." Then I panicked and I tried to delete it and of course I couldn't work my phone.<br>'My brain had gone into absolute freeze mode.<br><br>I rang my PA in the Cotswolds and she said don't worry I have already deleted it.<br>'She had deleted it 86 seconds after I had done it, but it was too late it had gone viral. I kept saying to myself it's not the end of the world, it's not war, it's only telly, it's only caket, but of course I felt terrible.'<br>
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[/tvshowbiz/great-british-bake-off/index.html Great British Bake Off] Star Prue Leith has admitted she is closer to her adopted daughter than her biological son - despite her mother's warnings that 'adoption was a risk'.<br>The 80-year-old recently made a documentary, Journey with my Daughter, about Li-Da's traumatic start in war-torn Cambodia as they searched for her biological family.<br>Now, she has confessed that she is closer to the 45-year-old, than she is to her Conservative MP son, Danny Kruger.<br>Speaking on Katie Piper's Extraordinary People podcast, she said: 'I have always been really close to Li-Da, oddly enough closer to Li-Da than I am I think to my son, although I adore him and [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/kinh-nghiem-kham-pha-shangri-la-vung-dat-cua-tinh-yeu.html tour shangrila] love him just as much, but I don't see so much of him.<br>              Great British Bake Off Star Prue Leith has admitted she is closer to her [http://www.msnbc.com/search/adopted%20daughter adopted daughter] Li-Da (pictured left) than her biological son Daniel ([http://pixabay.com/en/new-zealand-waterfall-nature-pictured/ pictured] right, together in 2010)<br>'Li-Da and I have always been very close, but yes certainly we are closer, and she is very good at making sure that everyday I FaceTime or she FaceTimes.<br><br>So my grandson will not forget who his Nana is.'<br>Prue and her late husband Rayne Kruger adopted Li-Da in the mid-'70s when she was 16-months-old.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES  [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next]    [/femail/article-8276943/Family-left-terrified-pet-feline-drags-live-DUCK-catflap.html  That's quackers! 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But we had heard about Li-Da and we just wanted her. There is always the risk with children.<br>'You can have your own child and do everything right be perfect parents and guess what - at the age of sixteen they are drug addicts, or have got into the wrong company and gone right off the rails.<br><br>You can't legislate for these things.<br>The Great British Bake Off judge added: 'I've been really lucky because both my children are happy and successful.'<br>Prue also spoke on the podcast about the 'worst two days of her life' when she accidentally sent a tweet congratulating the winner of Bake Off in 2017, Sophie Faldo, before the show had aired.<br>        The 80-year-old recently made a documentary, Journey with my Daughter, about Li-Da's traumatic start in war-torn Cambodia as they searched for her biological family (picturerd)<br>She said: 'It was probably the worst two days of my life.<br><br>It sounds so ridiculous because I kept saying to myself when I'd done it I felt so terrible.<br>'What happened was we were in Bhutan, me and my husband (John Playfair), we were having a holiday and we had been walking in the mountains and it was very remote and [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/kinh-nghiem-kham-pha-shangri-la-vung-dat-cua-tinh-yeu.html tour Lệ Giang] there was no signal.<br>'We got back to our little hotel and we were having a siesta and he was asleep beside me and I thought I'll have a look on, and there was reception.<br>'The first thing that popped up was a tweet from the production company at Bake Off saying don't forget to congratulate the winner after 10.30pm.<br>        Prue also spoke on the podcast about the 'worst two days of her life' when she accidentally sent a tweet congratulating the winner of Bake Off in 2017, Sophie Faldo, before the show had aired.<br><br>Pictured: The judge on Bake Off earlier this year<br>'I thought "oh my god its after 10.30pm" and I tweeted "bravo Sophie" and as I pressed send I suddenly thought "oh that's funny, I didn't see that Paul or Noel had congratulated her".<br>'And then immediately up popped a tweet from Emma Freud and it said "Eeek it's tonight, delete, delete." Then I panicked and I tried to delete it and of course I couldn't work my phone.<br>'My brain had gone into absolute freeze mode.<br><br>I rang my PA in the Cotswolds and she said don't worry I have already deleted it.<br>'She had deleted it 86 seconds after I had done it, but it was too late it had gone viral. I kept saying to myself it's not the end of the world, it's not war, it's only telly, it's only caket, but of course I felt terrible.'<br>

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[/tvshowbiz/great-british-bake-off/index.html Great British Bake Off] Star Prue Leith has admitted she is closer to her adopted daughter than her biological son - despite her mother's warnings that 'adoption was a risk'.
The 80-year-old recently made a documentary, Journey with my Daughter, about Li-Da's traumatic start in war-torn Cambodia as they searched for her biological family.
Now, she has confessed that she is closer to the 45-year-old, than she is to her Conservative MP son, Danny Kruger.
Speaking on Katie Piper's Extraordinary People podcast, she said: 'I have always been really close to Li-Da, oddly enough closer to Li-Da than I am I think to my son, although I adore him and tour shangrila love him just as much, but I don't see so much of him.
Great British Bake Off Star Prue Leith has admitted she is closer to her adopted daughter Li-Da (pictured left) than her biological son Daniel (pictured right, together in 2010)
'Li-Da and I have always been very close, but yes certainly we are closer, and she is very good at making sure that everyday I FaceTime or she FaceTimes.

So my grandson will not forget who his Nana is.'
Prue and her late husband Rayne Kruger adopted Li-Da in the mid-'70s when she was 16-months-old.
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The Bake Off judge found Li-Da after the child's parents were victims of Cambodia's killing fields, in which more than a million people were killed by the Khmer Rouge regime between 1975 and 1979. 
Prue already had one-year-old son Daniel with her husband Rayne, who tragically passed away in 2002, when she decided she wanted another child. 
Celebrity cook Prue said her mother warned her about how Li-Da, kynghidongduong.vn who has now adopted her own child, would cope in England.
Prue and her adopted daughter Li-Da. The Great British Bake Off judge said: 'I've been really lucky because both my children are happy and successful'
She said: 'My mother said to me '"look, all adoption is a risk".

It is a foreign child, different culture all the rest of it. But we had heard about Li-Da and we just wanted her. There is always the risk with children.
'You can have your own child and do everything right be perfect parents and guess what - at the age of sixteen they are drug addicts, or have got into the wrong company and gone right off the rails.

You can't legislate for these things.
The Great British Bake Off judge added: 'I've been really lucky because both my children are happy and successful.'
Prue also spoke on the podcast about the 'worst two days of her life' when she accidentally sent a tweet congratulating the winner of Bake Off in 2017, Sophie Faldo, before the show had aired.
The 80-year-old recently made a documentary, Journey with my Daughter, about Li-Da's traumatic start in war-torn Cambodia as they searched for her biological family (picturerd)
She said: 'It was probably the worst two days of my life.

It sounds so ridiculous because I kept saying to myself when I'd done it I felt so terrible.
'What happened was we were in Bhutan, me and my husband (John Playfair), we were having a holiday and we had been walking in the mountains and it was very remote and tour Lệ Giang there was no signal.
'We got back to our little hotel and we were having a siesta and he was asleep beside me and I thought I'll have a look on, and there was reception.
'The first thing that popped up was a tweet from the production company at Bake Off saying don't forget to congratulate the winner after 10.30pm.
Prue also spoke on the podcast about the 'worst two days of her life' when she accidentally sent a tweet congratulating the winner of Bake Off in 2017, Sophie Faldo, before the show had aired.

Pictured: The judge on Bake Off earlier this year
'I thought "oh my god its after 10.30pm" and I tweeted "bravo Sophie" and as I pressed send I suddenly thought "oh that's funny, I didn't see that Paul or Noel had congratulated her".
'And then immediately up popped a tweet from Emma Freud and it said "Eeek it's tonight, delete, delete." Then I panicked and I tried to delete it and of course I couldn't work my phone.
'My brain had gone into absolute freeze mode.

I rang my PA in the Cotswolds and she said don't worry I have already deleted it.
'She had deleted it 86 seconds after I had done it, but it was too late it had gone viral. I kept saying to myself it's not the end of the world, it's not war, it's only telly, it's only caket, but of course I felt terrible.'