Gordon Ramsay poses in stylish David Beckham shades and shows off the sea views from his £4M pad as he spends second lockdown in Cornwall
He is spending the second lockdown in Cornwall, after angering his neighbours by apparently flouting guidelines during the first isolation period in March.
And after returning to the coastal resort, Gordon Ramsay gave his Instagram followers a glimpse at his incredible £4million pad with stunning sea views.
The TV chef, 54, stood outside his beach front property on a balcony wearing a pair of his pal David Beckham‘s aviator style sunglasses.
Thanks mate! Gordon Ramsay stood outside his beach front property on a balcony wearing a pair of his pal David Beckham’s aviator style sunglasses in Cornwall on Wednesday
Gordon showed off his muscles in a form-fitting grey T-shirt while posing with his arms crossed in the snap, which tagged David and his brand DB eyewear.
The media personality posted the image on his Instagram Stories alongside a video he took of the view across the bay while stood outside the flash pad.
Gordon revealed his perfectly landscaped tiered garden and a wooden wing of his very modern second home.
Wow! Gordon also gave his Instagram followers a glimpse at his incredible £4million pad with stunning sea views
Despite the property’s very chic appearance it still appeared perfect for family life judging by the child’s climbing frame in the garden.
Gordon has returned to his second home in Cornwall with his family after England’s four-week lockdown came into force earlier this week.
On Monday Gordon shared an adorable snap of his son Oscar, 19 months, dressed in a checkered jacket as he braced the autumnal chill on the beach.
Modern: Gordon revealed his perfectly landscaped tiered garden and a wooden wing of his very modern second home
The sweet picture seemed to prove that the Ramsay family have returned to their £4million seaside home as the young boy enjoyed a breezy day out with his father.
Alongside the post, Gordon penned: ‘Happy first Monday lockdown @oscarjramsay this time it’s going to fly by!’
The restaurateur’s daughter Matilda, whose nickname is Tilly, also shared a set of snaps on her Instagram seeming to be from her family’s Cornwall property.
The TV personality held up gold balloons in the shape of the number ’19’ after she celebrated her birthday on Sunday with her father Gordon – who turned 54 on the very same day.
They’ve returned: Matilda, whose nickname is Tilly, also shared a set of snaps on her Instagram on Monday from her family’s Cornwall property
She kept it casual in an all-black ensemble, cozying up in her loungewear as she celebrated her birthday from home amid the latest lockdown restrictions.
Tilly flaunted the stormy-looking coastal view in the background of her shot – definitely not resembling her family’s London home.
Gordon shares another three children with his wife of 24 years Tana – twins Jack and Holly, 20, and Megan, 22.
But it is not known if they have joined the rest of the Ramsays, who are seemingly staying at the family’s stunning seaside digs for the four-week long lockdown.
The potty-mouthed chef caused massive controversy after spending the first lockdown in Cornwall, angering his neighbours by apparently flouting government guidelines.
Happy Birthday: Tilly held up gold balloons in the shape of the number ’19’ after she celebrated her birthday on Sunday with her father Gordon – who turned 54 on the very same day
Gordon caused fury among Cornish locals after relocating during the coronavirus crisis despite the Government urging Britons not to travel from hotspots to the countryside.
He was heavily criticised by neighbours who had claimed that he had ‘brought the virus with him’ after moving his family to the mansion.
However, the chef and his family had retreated to their second home at the start of the lockdown, which was not against the government guidelines at the time.
But the TV presenter was later spotted a number of times on long excursions – at a time when outings were limited to an hour a day.
He kept fit and set out on extensive cycles while staying in the area but caused rage after celebrating one lengthy ‘26.2 miles’ outing.
Family: Gordon shares his five children his wife of 24 years Tana – Megan, 22, Tilly, 19, twins Jack and Holly, 20, and one-year-old Oscar
The chef was accompanied in Cornwall in the first lockdown by his wife Tana and three of their five children – Jack, Matilda, and Oscar.
And he also landed in hot water with the local coastguard, who were said to have issued an official warning to him over his apparent flouting of lockdown guidelines.
Sources indicated at the time that he had been seen in Rock, Fowey, Port Isaac and Newquay – some distance from his £4million home in Trebetherick.
A source at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, whose officers and volunteers carry out regular patrols of the beaches and coastal paths, said at the time: ‘We have reports of him being seen in dozens of different places since lockdown started.
‘He does not seem to be obeying the rules regarding social distancing, exercise and staying at home.
‘We are aware of him having travelled to Port Isaac, which is eight miles away from his home, to Newquay, which is 23 miles away, and even at his third Cornish home in Fowey, which is 25 miles away and a 45-minute drive on a good day.
‘One of our staff spoke to him about the frequency with which he was being seen out and about, and the significant distances. After a period of reflection, he seemed to calm himself and took on board what was being conveyed in a most polite manner.’
The warning came when Gordon was the face of a ‘Stayhome’ initiative on YouTube, which saw him been plugging on his ten-minute cookery shows, filmed in ‘isolation’ in his Cornwall kitchen.
But the videos left his fans unimpressed, with one raging: ‘Just a quick reminder that appearing on the youtube “stay at home #WithMe” campaign while actually being at your holiday home in Cornwall, putting locals at risk and disobeying government advice, makes you a massive f***ing hypocrite.’ [sic]
Keeping fit: During the first lockdown, he caused anger with Cornish locals after setting out on a number of extensive cycles – even celebrated one ‘26.2 mile’ outings
Another fumed: ‘Stay home and cook no sorry sod off on holiday to Cornwall during a pandemic. He has lost my respect. I’d rather cook with Gino de campo.’ [sic]
But while people with second homes are not allowed to travel back and forth, choosing one home and sitting out the lockdown in it is not against official advice.
In May, a friend of the family told MailOnline: ‘The family see Cornwall as their family home when the kids are back from uni and Gordon back from filming around the world it’s where they spend all their family time together.
‘They’ve been spending time there for 10 years and Jack actually lives in the house there full time too. Most of their neighbours are so welcoming and they love being part of the community.
‘They’ve been following the government advice along with the rest of the country since they arrived on March 20th and the campaign against them is hurtful and unnecessary at a time when we should all be coming together and supporting each other.’