He has already drawn heat for isolating himself in his second home in Cornwall with his extended family, and was criticized after being seen apparently turning red on his bike.
Now television chief Gordon Ramsay has landed in the soup with the Coast Guard, who has allegedly issued an official warning about his apparent breach of the lockdown guidelines.
Sources say Ramsay, 53, was seen in Rock, Fowey, Port Isaac and Newquay – some distance from his 4 million pound home in Trebetherick.
Slightly embarrassing, he is the face of a “Stayhome” initiative on YouTube that he connected to his ten-minute cooking shows, filmed in “isolation” in his Cornwall kitchen.
Gordon Ramsay has already drawn heat for isolating himself in his second home in Cornwall with his big family, and was criticized after being seen apparently making red lights on his bike (photo)
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.
“We know he went to Port Isaac, 13 kilometers from his home, to Newquay, 23 kilometers, and even to his third Cornish home in Fowey, 40 kilometers and 45 minutes. have a good day.
“One of our collaborators told him about the frequency with which he was seen and the significant distances. After a period of reflection, he seemed to calm down and accepted what was being conveyed in the most polite manner.
Now he has landed in the soup with the Coast Guard, who is said to have issued an official warning about his apparent breach of the lockout guidelines. Pictured: TV chief with Oscar, one-year-old son
Ramsay said on a radio program last month that he went to the butcher’s house near his Cornwall home “every day” for food for his family, including his wife Tana, 45, his son. one year old Oscar, his daughters Tilly, 18 years old. , Holly 20, Megan, 22, and son Jack, 20.
He also posted 26-mile bike rides on social media to train for an Ironman triathlon for charity.
The family arrived in Cornwall on March 20, three days before the official start of the lockdown.
Friends of Ramsay, who “temporarily closed” all of his restaurants in London at the start of the pandemic, making 500 layoffs instead of putting them on leave, say the family did nothing wrong.
They added that the house they now reside in Trebetherick is “where they spend all their family time together”.
It is not, however, their primary residence, which is a £ 3 million house in south London.
Gordon Ramsay’s spokesperson did not respond to requests for comment.