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Gordon Ramsay praises ‘gorgeous’ wife Tana as they celebrate her 46th birthday with a sweet snap together

GORDON Ramsay has praised his ‘gorgeous’ wife Tana as they celebrated her 46th birthday with a sweet snap together.

The TV chef posted a picture of the two of them huddled close together, with the caption “Happy birthday gorgeous @tanaramsay lots of love xxxx.”

Several celebrity friends added their good wishes to Gordon’s message, with footballer Robbie Keane saying: “Happy birthday ❤️.”

TV presenter Matt Baker added: “Happy Birthday heres your cake ❤️ 🎂.”

Gordon and Tana remain fully committed to each other after a 25 year marriage that has seen its fair share of drama.

When they met, Cayetana Hutcheson, an 18-year-old from Croydon, was actually dating and living with his friend Tim, a sous chef.

Gordon – then a twenty-something junior cook from Stratford-upon-Avon – said it was love at first sight when he popped round to the house, where he was storing his motorbike.

Gordon and Tana now have five children together – Molly, 22, twins Jack and Holly, 20, Matilda, 18, and Oscar, who is aged just 16 months.

The big brood have recently returned home to London after controversially spending lockdown at their Cornwall holiday home.

Gordon, has now put the family’s luxurious Cornish beach front home up for rent for £6,000 per week.

Kitchen Nightmares frontman Gordon, 53, initially put the stunning £2.7million pad, complete with a balcony onto sea views, for sale.

He did so after being bombarded with negativity from locals as he isolated in another property during the coronavirus pandemic.

Yet with an uncertain property market for sellers, he decided to rent it out, using luxury website Boutique Retreats.

It brands the property as the “ultimate glamorous coastal retreat” and featuring “the most incredible views”. 

The holiday home is spread over three floors with huge glass doors in some rooms to make the most of the stunning seascape views.

The F Word chef has been in a months-long row with his neighbours in the town of Rock for his decision to move into his other £4.4million Cornish mansion during the coronavirus pandemic.

The television personality also faces up to four months of loud construction work in Cornwall due to local residents planning to revamp their own plush pads.

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