Furious residents criticized Gordon Ramsay for moving to his 4.4 million pound mansion in Cornwall in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic.
Neighboring villages are said to be furious with the 53-year-old chief after moving there with his family to isolate himself in the midst of the ongoing pandemic.
It happens that people in the west of the country have called for tougher measures against those fleeing to their vacation homes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Owners of second homes have been accused of sneaking into the area in the middle of the night, and local authorities have now requested that roadblocks be put in place to prevent people from entering tourist hotspots this weekend end.
Not happy: Furious residents criticized Gordon Ramsay for moving into his 4.4 million pound mansion in Cornwall amid the coronavirus epidemic
According to The Sun, villagers fear that Gordon would have brought the virus with him from London and wanted him “hell out of Cornwall” and even threatened to expose his address if he did not leave.
In messages seen by the newspaper, locals expressed frustration in a Facebook group called You shouldn’t Be Here.
One user wrote: “The big s *** should make himself and his family hell in Cornwall.
Another said, “The wealthy second owners think that writing a few checks means they are immune to the virus and all the rules. They are arrogant in this best case, it has shown how bad some of them are.
Upset: Neighboring villages would be furious with Gordon after he moved there with his family to isolate himself in the midst of the ongoing pandemic
A local accused Gordon of flouting government orders to stay in his main location.
They wrote, “He walks around the shops as if nothing had happened. “
MailOnline contacted a Gordon representative for comments.
The Telegraph also reported that North Devon MP Selaine Saxby voiced concerns to ministers about the owners of second homes sneaking into their properties to escape.
She warned that local service could be overwhelmed if people continued to flout the rules implemented by the British government.
She said: “I am deeply disappointed with the information I heard this weekend regarding the continued arrival of owners of second homes due to the darkness across the country to avoid the roadblocks and I raised this matter directly to the police. “
So far in the UK, there have been 6,159 deaths and more than 55,000 confirmed cases of Covid-19.
London was the hardest hit by the epidemic with 1,353 deaths and more than 11,000 cases.
Gordon, his wife Tana and their five children have lived on the Cornish coast since the start of the epidemic.
The businessman recently admitted that his time with the extended family has been anything but relaxing, as he is constantly cooking for his big brood.
Home: Villagers fear that Gordon brought the virus with him from London (Gordon’s property in Cornwall under construction in 2015)
In an interview with Roman Kemp of Capital FM, the famous chef said, “Being trapped in my house with these five ravenous children is a living nightmare. Can you tell me when it will all end?
“Every day is the same. I’m the resident kitchen porter, working my fingers to the bones. Honestly, I have cooked more food in the past ten days than in the last ten years of my career. “
Television personality revealed that he enslaves the stove 24 hours a day for Megan, 22; the twins Holly and Jack, 20; Tilly, 18, and her son Oscar, who had one on Saturday.
He said, “As soon as I get up in the morning, I go to the local butchers to buy meat for their dinner. When I get home, I make breakfast right away.
Busy: Gordon recently admitted that his family time has been anything but relaxing, as he is constantly cooking for his sizable brood (pictured with Tana and son Oscar)
“After that, I’m back on the stove to make lunch. After gulping down their food, I try to escape for a quick run every day just to escape, and after that I’m back in the kitchen preparing a new dinner.
“I swear I have blisters on my white hands from cooking so much.”
However, while the star shared his ironic reproaches with Roman, he also said that spending time at home had brought many benefits to the family.
“We eat so well,” he said. “Now that I have all the time in the world, I have the opportunity to make even more effort.
“We had some of the best curries in our lives, and I was able to organize some fantastic new recipes. So I guess it’s not that bad actually.
Bulbs: “I swear I have bulbs on my white hands from cooking so much,” said the star.
The star had a lot to celebrate on Saturday as the family marked her baby Oscar’s first birthday.
Adorable tot Oscar presented in a series of photos posted by his brothers and sisters to mark the occasion, including one of the chef himself with his little boy.
In his snapshot, Gordon had Oscar happily perched on the top of his head, with the caption: “Happy little boy happy 1st birthday, good day Oscar loves you daddy. “
The wife of television star Tana shared an equally sweet post of little Oscar in a makeshift den with them, as well as a gushing post to mark his birthday.
She wrote: “Happy and happy 1st birthday, this year’s little man x has passed and we are so grateful to share it with you – our absolute joy x has the best day, little x”.
Sweet: Gordon’s son Oscar celebrated his first birthday, and his family marked the occasion with a multitude of adorable social media shots
Gordon’s daughter, Megan, 22, shared a series of shots with her little brother, displaying her range of cute expressions.
She wrote: “The happiest and happiest 1st birthday of my boyfriend, I don’t know where a year has passed, but all I know is that you do everyday amazing things and we all love you so much. “
Tilly, 18, shared her own comforting image of a family vacation with little Oscar in her arms as she wrote, “Happy 1st birthday at best. I love you so much.’
Gordon revealed last month that he would do his part to help stop the spread of the disease by closing his 13 British restaurants in accordance with government orders.
Posting a statement on social media, Gordon wrote, “To all of our family, friends and colleagues of Gordon Ramsay.
Cute: TV chief shared one with his son perched on his head to mark the occasion during the coronavirus lockout
“In this time of great uncertainty, we hope that you all take yourselves to heart and that you remain as safe as possible.
“As the situation changes every day, the focus must be on the health and safety of our employees, guests and the community and to do our part to slow the spread of the virus, starting on Saturday 21 March 2020, all of our London restaurants will temporarily close. ”
He added: “Although we don’t know when we will reopen, what we do know is by supporting each other through this awfully difficult time, we will get through this stronger than ever! “
“A huge love and thank you to our incredible restaurant staff for all their passion and support. I really hope that we will all be back very soon. Gordon.
Adorable: Gordon’s wife Tana shared her own beautiful picture of Oscar dressed in a pretty white baby growing up in a makeshift den
Cuddles: Gordon’s daughter, Megan, 22, posted a gallery of Oscar’s first year photos as well as a gushing caption describing her as “his best friend”