Gordon Ramsay has been showing off stunning Cornwall views while enjoying some father-and-son time with his youngest, Oscar.
Over the past few days the celebrity chef has been posting amazing pictures of the sunrise from his house in Rock.
He has been staying there with his family during the lockdown and even celebrated a joint birthday with his daughter Tilly.
And this weekend he’s been having some alone time with Oscar, who is one and a half years old.
Ramsay has been sharing funny videos of him trying to hoover the huge mansion using a mini vacuum cleaner.
They also went for a windy walk on the coast, during which the foul-mouthed TV personality made Oscar laugh by sprinting along the coastal path.
The 54-year-old’s fans have been able to discover more of the family’s Cornish home in the past week as he has been sharing pictures and videos of his balcony, his huge garden and spectacular views of the bay.
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The Ramsay family built their home from scratch after demolishing a £4.4m house from the 1920s.
The ageing home they bought in 2015 – the second most expensive sale ever recorded in Cornwall at the time – is now worth £6m, although this increase was to be expected as it has been completely replaced with a stunning new build.
The original home was a 1920s five-bedroom property, but estate agents said the property needed modernising. In July 2016, the chef won an eight-month battle to bulldoze the home.
The TV star on both sides of the Atlantic was granted planning permission by Cornwall Council to replace it with a main house and a smaller second property, known as ‘The Garden House’.
The main house boasts two kitchens and four en-suite bathrooms and two terraces overlooking the Camel Estuary, while the smaller one has three bedrooms, a boat store, a car port as well as a kitchen, dining and living room area.
Gordon and his wife Tana added some impressive additional features which cost £247,000.
The infinity swimming pool cost £102,095.50, a wine cellar set them back £31,412, and the boat store cost £116,337.