British Prime Minister David Cameron cooked supper for Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg ahead of their alliance to form the government.
The 43-year-old Cameron revealed he chose home-cooking to cement the LibDem-Conservative alliance. The Prime Minister said he and his now deputy Clegg had a cosy supper together to help them forge their coalition.
'Nick came over to my house and I cooked him supper,' Cameron told Real Radio Yorkshire in an interview.
'It wasn't anything particularly creative. It was just ham, baked potatoes and salad or something,' he said.
'I love cooking. One of the things I'm going to miss is not doing so much cooking,' Cameron said.
Even Tony Blair had taken then Labour Party leader Gordon Brown to a trendy restaurant ahead of becoming the British prime minister, express,co.uk reported.