Gordon Ramsay continued to eliminate the aftermath he faced while locking out the coronavirus as he picked up some essentials with his son Jack on Saturday.
The 53-year-old chef was spotted loading purchases into his Land Rover Defender around Polzeath and Rock, after going to Instagram earlier today to share a glimpse of his house’s spacious gardens.
Gordon moved to his second 4 million pound home in Cornwall with his family in March in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, causing fury.
No worries: Gordon Ramsay continued to break the game for flouting the lockout rules when he went shopping with his son Jack, 20, on Saturday
According to spectators, Gordon was spotted in three different stores, including butchers and delicatessens.
He then had a take-out coffee before returning to the car with his son to return home.
The TV chief cut a relaxed figure from a navy t-shirt and green chinos, but added extra color with reflective orange sunglasses.
Busy: Chef was spotted loading purchases into his car around Polzeath and Rock after leaving to pick up essentials
Relaxed: Gordon cut a laid-back figure in a navy t-shirt and khaki pants as he picked up a few essentials and a takeaway coffee
Food for tonight: the Hells Kitchen star loaded up on the back of his Land Rover Defender
Good weather: British chef wore bright orange reflective sunglasses as he headed for the day
A few hours earlier, Gordon went to Instagram to share a glimpse of the vast grounds surrounding his Cornish home.
The Hells Kitchen star presented his “desk” in the garden, consisting of a white table and lounge chairs set on a terrace facing the ocean.
Gordon’s garden was lush with vegetation, as hedges and towering trees could be seen in the background of his video.
Turning the camera to show the breathtaking view that greeted him on a work day, he gazed in admiration at the crystal blue ocean.
Drama: Gordon is controversial since moving to Cornwall during the coronavirus pandemic
Food purchases: he was spotted heading to a local butcher and deli when he left town near his Cornwall home
Great place: a few hours earlier, Gordon had gone on Instagram to share a glimpse of the large lot surrounding his Cornwall home
Workspace: The chef, 53, presented his “office” in the garden which consisted of a white table and deckchairs placed on a terrace facing the ocean
While Gordon explained that the place acts as a work space, it was also a perfect place for the whole family to relax and soak up the sun before swimming in the nearby ocean or enjoying a promenade by the sea.
The television personality has already drawn online criticism for allegedly flouting the lock rules.
On Wednesday, he shared a photo of him enjoying a bike ride along the Cornish coast before taking a stroll by the sea.
Urging his followers to come out with an exercise during the lockdown, he said during the video: “Wake up, it’s a beautiful morning, wake up, it’s a beautiful day, put your ** on the bike and move.
Wow! Turning the camera to show the breathtaking views that greet him on a work day, he gazed in admiration at the crystal blue ocean
Spacious: Gordon’s garden was lush with vegetation, as neat hedges and towering trees could be seen in the background of his video
“I had a quick cup of tea and then decided to attack a few hills on this beautiful machine. Move your a ** ‘
A few hours later, Gordon went out for a walk by the sea to watch the sunset and said, “Oh my God, what a beautiful sunset, the sunsets are beautiful, right ? It’s beautiful.’
Gordon’s exit comes after the family was accused of breaking the lock rules by traveling from London to their second home on the Cornish coast.
Releases: TV personality has already drawn online criticism for allegedly flouting lock rules (photo with son Oscar last month)
Daily exercise: on Wednesday, he shared a series of videos of the picturesque views near his family’s house, as well as a snapshot of his bike, via Instagram during the outing
On Monday, Gordon faced even more outrage from the people of Cornwall enjoying a walk by the beach with his family near their home.
The flaming chef was accompanied by his wife Tana, 45, and three of their five children – Jack, 20, Matilda, 18 and Oscar – on a brisk walk on the beach.
He also intervened after the Hells Kitchen star landed in hot water with local coast guards, who allegedly issued an official warning about his apparent violation of the lockout guidelines.
Sources say Gordon has been seen in Rock, Fowey, Port Isaac and Newquay – some distance from his 4 million pound home in Trebetherick.
Here we go again: Gordon also caused outrage after posting a new Stay at Home ad, despite the transportation of his entire family from London to their lavish second home in Cornwall
The warning is particularly troubling because Ramsay is the face of a “Stayhome” initiative on YouTube that he hooked up to his ten-minute cooking shows, filmed in “isolation” in his Cornwall kitchen.
A Maritime and Coastguard Agency source, whose officers and volunteers conduct regular patrols on beaches and coastal paths, said, “We have information that he has been seen in dozens of different places since start of locking.
“He doesn’t seem to be obeying the rules regarding social distancing, exercise and staying at home.
his home in Newquay, which is 23 miles away, and even his third Cornish home in Fowey, which is 25 miles away and a 45-minute drive on a good day.
“One of our collaborators told him how often he was seen and the long distances. After a period of reflection, he seemed to calm down and accepted what was being conveyed in the most polite manner.
Appearing from his home stay YouTube campaign on Wednesday, Ramsay urged fans to stay behind closed doors and try some of his recipes until the current restrictions are lifted.
Staying in shape: Gordon was also forced to deny having “almost caused an accident” after a local resident accused him of having jumped a red light during a 26.2-mile bike ride
“Hi, I’m Gordon Ramsay. Now to stop this terrible virus, we have to stay home, ”he told viewers.
‘What are we doing? Let’s cook together. I have loads of exciting recipes on my YouTube channel. Have fun and thank you.
The chief has been in the grip of controversy since arriving in Cornwall, the latest incident which occurred just over a week ago.
Controversy: Hell’s Kitchen star faced a huge backlash from neighbors who claimed he “brought them a coronavirus” during the lockdown
Ramsay was forced to deny “almost causing an accident” after a local resident accused him of jumping a red light during a 26.2 mile bike ride.
In a photo taken by the furious local and obtained by The Sun, he was seen wearing the same cycling gear he wore in a post shared with Instagram subscribers earlier today.
While the UK remains locked up to slow the spread of COVID-19, the government is advising “to stay local and use open spaces near you if possible – don’t travel unnecessarily”.
Although people with second homes are not allowed to travel back and forth, choosing and staying in a house is not against official advice.
A family friend told MailOnline: “The family considers Cornwall to be their family home when the kids are back from Uni and Gordon is back from filming around the world, that’s where they spend all their time in family together.
“They have been spending time there for 10 years and Jack also lives there full time. Most of their neighbors are very welcoming and they love being part of the community.
“They have been following government advice with the rest of the country since arriving on March 20 and the campaign against them is hurtful and unnecessary at a time when we should all come together and support each other. “
Close family: Gordon moved to Cornwall with his family – daughter Megan, 22, twins Jack and Holly, 20, daughter Matilda, 18 and wife Tana, 45 (left to right)