The bakers had a lovely reunion over the weekend as they attended the BBC food extravaganza in Birmingham, which took place from 24 to 27 November.
Just look how happy they are in each other's company!
Mary and Paul teamed up at the Aldi Supertheatre area of the Good Food Show to give three live recipe demonstrations to the crowd. Given Aldi sponsored the Supertheatre, it's no surprise they used the supermarket chain's ingredients. Good for those of us on a budget, right?
Paul also had a handful of solo slots on stage.
Ahead of the demonstration, Mary was also seen brandishing an enormous pair of safety scissors as she was given the honour of officially opening day three of the show.
Mary and Paul's on-screen partnership will come to an end next year as far as Great British Bake Off is concerned, as Mary is staying with BBC while Paul is following the programme to its new home on Channel 4.
BBC have lost the rights to air the baking competition after Channel 4 swooped in with a big money deal that won over makers Love Productions.
Mary has remained loyal to the BBC and been rewarded with a new six-part series on BBC Two called Mary Berry Everyday, which will see the 81-year-old chef sharing recipes and tips from the kitchen.
Paul, meanwhile, will move to Channel 4 to continue judging Bake Off, saying: "It's been a huge part of my life in the past few years and I just couldn't turn my back on all that."
His new co-judge has yet to be announced.
Elsewhere, Bake Off co-hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc have followed Mary in quitting the show out of loyalty to the BBC, which aired the programme from day one. Their Channel 4 replacements have yet to be revealed either.
Bake Off wrapped up its run on BBC last month with PE teacher Candice Brown being crowned winner.
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