Just how upper crust are the Camerons?
David Cameron was risking things a bit when he visited a Warburton's bread factory in Bolton yesterday and admitted that he has a his own-bread making machine at home.
"Here I am at a bakery," he told the workers. "The thing is the other day I went out and bought my own breadmaker."
Reports say this was followed by an "audible hiss", before Mr Cameron admitted he hadn't actually managed to make the machine work properly.
I'm slightly mystified by this story.
Mr Cameron said he bought his machine "the other day", but I seem to remember him proudly showing off his new bread-maker to me when I visited him at his constituency home when he was running for leader back in 2005, almost five years ago.
Indeed, I was so impressed I thought of getting one myself.
Perhaps my memory is playing awful tricks on me. Or perhaps it was Samantha's bread-machine he showed me... and Mr Cameron was so impressed he went out and bought his own.
One bread machine, or two? I suppose critics will say it just shows how the Camerons are upper crust.