Gordon Ramsay Reveals He Has No Plans to Leave Wealth to His Children



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Gordon Ramsay Reveals He Has No Plans to Leave Wealth to His Children

Gordon Ramsay, the renowned chef, and television personality has recently revealed that he has no plans to leave his wealth to his children. In an interview with The Telegraph, Ramsay stated that his children have not yet worked hard enough to afford the luxuries that he and his wife currently enjoy.

He added that he has strict rules in place for his children, including a ban on first-class travel and a requirement that they earn their pocket money by completing household chores.

Strict Rules for Ramsay's Children

In the interview, Ramsay stated that his children are not allowed to fly in first class, saying, "They don’t sit with us in first class.

They haven’t worked anywhere near hard enough to afford that." He went on to joke, “I turn left with Tana and they turn right and I say to the chief stewardess, ‘Make sure those little f—— don’t come anywhere near us, I want to sleep on this plane.’ I worked my f—— arse off to sit that close to the pilot and you appreciate it more when you’ve grafted for it”.

In addition to the travel restrictions, Ramsay's children must also save for their own clothes and pay for their own phone bills and bus tickets. They are also required to earn pocket money by helping with household chores.

The chef also forbids his children from swearing and limits their access to technology.

Ramsay's Stance on Vegetarianism

Ramsay, who is known for his love of meat, is also strict with his children when it comes to their dietary choices.

He has been vocal in the past about his opposition to vegetarianism. The Ramsay family currently consists of Gordon, his wife Tana, and their five children: daughter Megan, twins Jack and Holly, daughter Matilda, and son Oscar.

Recently, Gordon hinted to the media that he and Tana may be planning to add another child to their family. Gordon Ramsay has made it clear that his children will have to work hard to attain the same level of success and luxury that he and his wife have achieved.

He believes that by setting strict rules and not leaving them a large inheritance, his children will learn the value of hard work and appreciate their achievements more.