Prue Leith wants to launch her own necklace range.
The 78-year-old chef has caused a stir with her eye-catching and unique jewellery on the "Great British Bake Off" and it seems fans could be in with a chance of bagging some similar items as she's been in negotiations to launch her own brand of accessories.
She said: "I am quite interested in launching my own necklace range.
"I have been offered to do it by manufacturers... I want to do it...
"The people who make the ones I wear are a very tiny company."
And it's unlikely shoppers would have to shell out a lot for the necklaces.
She admitted: "I have about 200 necklaces with the total value of £50."
Prue is releasing a new cook book, "Prue: My All Time Favourite Recipes", but isn't expecting to sell too many copies of the culinary guide, especially when up against the likes of "The Body Coach" Joe Wicks.
She told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Joe has completely corrupted what publishers expect.
"If I do a quarter of [his sales] I will be happy."
Meanwhile, Prue has warned against Dr. Alejandro Junger's Clean Gut regime - a 21-day cleanse that involves ditching gluten, dairy, eggs, alcohol and sugar and having two liquid meals a day - branding it "dangerous" and "ridiculous".
She told The Sun newspaper: "I think the Clean Gut thing is ridiculous.
"It's dangerous to worry about excess stuff too much because if you think excessively about food it becomes a kind of fear.
"People become neurotic about what they like to eat and I think the most essential thing is balance - not too much of anything."
And the chef believes people should be more "relaxed" about what they eat.
She added: "Anything will kill you if you have too much of it. Even orange juice or super foods.
"You have to have a proper balance and then enjoy it and be relaxed about it.
"Have a cake every now and again."