Mary Berry has announced that she will front a new BBC cooking show next year.
Entitled Mary Berry Everyday, it will begin next year. The series will have six episodes and use recipes from throughout her career.
Her announcement comes only a couple of weeks after the final episode of The Great British Bake Off aired on the BBC, before its move to Channel 4.
Berry has already revealed that she won't be staying with the show.
Love Productions, the creators of Bake Off, sold the rights to the programme to Channel 4 for a reported £75 million.
However, this has caused a disagreement between the company and the BBC.
Reports claim the BBC are attempting to stop the production of another Bake Off series, until a year has passed from the final episode of the last one.
This could mean the next series of the show is not broadcast until 2018, rather than next year.
But according to a report from The Sunday People, Channel 4 are looking for a legal loophole to allow them to create the show sooner.