He suffered a backlash for isolating himself in his £ 4 million house.
But Gordon Ramsay still seemed to enjoy living in isolation with his family when he shared a hilarious TikTok with his 18-year-old daughter Matilda on Saturday.
The famed chef, 53, filmed his take on the Flip The Switch challenge, which saw him change into a white Matilda dress.
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Funny: Gordon Ramsay shared a hilarious TikTok with his daughter Matilda, 18, as they took on the Flip The Switch challenge while secluding themselves in their Cornwall home
In the video, Gordon is preparing another delicious dish before another Instagram Live with his daughter, nicknamed Tilly, and begins to sprinkle pepper in the pan.
The scene suddenly turns black, and when she returns, Gordon wears his daughter’s white ruffled dress, while Tilly wears her red hoodie.
Gordon captioned his article: “How @tillyramsay and I prepared for today’s show … #fliptheswitch #tiktok. “
Funny: the famous chef seems to be preparing a dish for a live broadcast on Instagram with his daughter Matilda, nicknamed Tilly
Change the screen: the screen was then cut to black before resuming, Gordon wearing his daughter’s white flounced dress, while Tilly was wearing her red hoodie
In March Gordon and his family, daughter Megan, 22, twins Jack and Holly, 20, Matilda, son Oscar, 12 months, and wife Tana, 45, moved to their second home in Cornwall in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, causing violent resident reactions.
Earlier this week, he faced even more fury when images from the dashboard camera were obtained by The Sun showing Gordon cycling through a red light, triggering accusations from locals, he “almost caused an accident”.
An upset local said to the publication: “I was delivering shopping to my daughter and this youngster decided to pass a red light at Trewornan Bridge.
“It could very well have been an unpleasant accident, because a car was going the other way and had to apply the brakes! “
“I didn’t know it was him at first, he was traveling with another man and a lady. The other man also crossed the red light, but the lady stopped at the red light.
Ramsay has since insisted that the claims are false. MailOnline contacted its representatives for further comments at the time.
Drama: Gordon had a backlash from his Cornish neighbors for choosing to move his family to their second home during the COVID-19 crisis
Gordon has already risked his neighbors taking on more shade after sharing a snapshot of himself by riding a separate bike the previous weekend.
He captioned the image: “What a bike ride today, hills galore and a superb countryside, thank you @huubdesign for the best equipment and of course the ferrari of bikes @iamspecialized @iamspecialized_road Ps Deano, I’ll kick you a ** e in the next sort [sic] “
The Hell’s Kitchen star then shared a series of clips overlooking Towan Beach in Newquay as he stopped to rest before traveling the 18 kilometer home.
Here we go again: it comes after Gordon caused further outrage by posting a new Stay at Home ad, despite the transportation of his entire family from London to their second home in Cornwall.
This comes after Gordon caused further outrage by posting a new Stay at Home ad, despite the transportation of his entire family from London to their second home in Cornwall.
Appearing from his home in a new YouTube campaign on Wednesday, Ramsay, 53, urged fans to stay behind closed doors and try some of his recipes until the current restrictions are lifted.
In March, Ramsay was heavily criticized by his Cornish neighbors who claimed that he “brought the virus with him” after moving his family to the mansion during the pandemic.
The anger is somewhat confused, however, as the chief and his family withdrew to their second home at the start of the foreclosure, which is not contrary to government rules.
Controversy: anger somewhat confused, however, as chief and family withdrew to their second home at the start of the foreclosure