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Gordon Ramsay moans isolation at £4million mansion is a ‘living nightmare’

GORDON Ramsay has moaned about he and his family having to isolate in their £4million mansion - branding it a "living nightmare".

The 53-year-old TV chef is known for his fiery temper, and did not hold back when he discussed lockdown conditions during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The star, his wife Tana, and their five children are currently isolating in their lavish beachside home in Cornwall, but Gordon has complained that he is "working his fingers to the bone" as he compared himself to a "kitchen porter".

Speaking to Capital FM's Roman Kemp, Gordon revealed that he has been cooking three meals a day for the children - 21-year-old Meghan, 20-year-old twins Holly and Jack, 17-year-old Tilly, and baby Oscar who turned one yesterday.

He moaned: "Being stuck in my house with these five ravenous kids is a living nightmare.

"Can you please tell me when all of this will end? Every single day is the same. I'm the resident kitchen porter, working my fingers to the bone.

"I have honestly cooked more food in the past ten days than I have in the past ten years of my career."

Detailing his day-to-day, the stressed dad continued: "As soon as I get up in the morning, I'm off down to the local butchers to buy some meat for their dinner.

"When I get home, I make the breakfast straight away. After that, I'm back over the stove cooking lunch.

"After they have gobbled up their grub, I try to escape for a quick run every day just to get away, and after that I'm back in the kitchen making bloody dinner again.

"I swear that I have blisters on my bloody hands from cooking so much."

Despite his complaints, Gordon did reveal that the family have been eating well in lockdown, adding that he has made some of the "best curries"of his life.

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Gordon has previously confessed to being a firm but fair dad, with his kids flying in economy for family holidays while he and Tana sit in first class.

He has also refused to give his children any "special privileges" or jobs at his restaurants just because he is their father.

The chef, who is reported to be worth £113million, previously caused controversy when he said he wouldn't be leaving his children any money in his will.

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