Natalie Coleman wins Britain’s Masterchef 2013

London, May 3 (IANS) After going through eight weeks of tough challenges, finally Natalie Coleman won the Masterchef Champion 2013 title. She says it’s a dream come true.

Coleman, 29, said: “It’s a dream come true. This is probably the best thing thatÂ’s ever happened to me in my life. It’s like a fairytale really, the girl from Hackney done good.”

The show has been judged by John Torode and Gregg Wallace.

“I think Natalie is destined for great things. She not only understands finery of great food, but she cooks for the people, food that people want to eat. She makes people smile. And sheÂ’s not fazed by a thing,” mirror.co.uk quoted Torode as saying.

Coleman, who perfected her skills by cooking for her grandad, had to compete with 50 contestants.

Wallace said: “Natalie is an incredible talent who grew in stature day after day. I donÂ’t think she is fully aware of how good she really is. I love her food because it comes straight form the heart.”

The runner ups of the show were Dale Williams and Larkin Cen.

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