That’s a REALLY big knife: Jamie Oliver's son Buddy is taking after dad!

Jamie Oliver kept a close eye on his eldest son Buddy Bear as the little boy showed off his knife skills while chopping up some herbs in the kitchen.

The helpful six-year-old was in deep concentration as he handled the knife carefully. Jamie, who filmed his son at work, asked "so what're you doing Buds?" to which focused Buddy replied without taking his eyes on his task, saying: "I'm cross chopping."


Cross chopping, I learnt my knife skills at 8 years old buddy's got two years on me 😜
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The celebrity chef then begins to laugh, proudly congratulating him, saying: "Good lad. Good lad!"

The father-of-five shared the video to his 5 million Instagram followers.

 "Cross chopping, I learnt my knife skills at 8 years old Buddy's got two years on me," he wrote.  

Fans were quick to praise the little boy's skills, with one writing: "Thanks Buddy - you inspired me to try this cross cut and it worked - only taken me 37 years."

"Good on him and you Jamie. My mum got me cooking as a very young boy too. Essential life skills. Should be a must at school for every child," another added.


Buddy recently celebrated his sixth birthday

Buddy celebrated his sixth birthday in September this year, and his proud parents Jamie and Jools shared snaps of him to celebrate his big day. Jools wrote: "Happy happy birthday little buds 6 today we love you so much the kindest, sweetest quirkiest, cutest little thing and now the loveliest big brother.

Sharing a photo of Buddy in a birthday crown, Jamie added: "6 years old dear boy haha happy birthday little Buddy."

The couple share four other children, - Poppy Honey, 14, Daisy Boo, 13, Petal Blossom, seven, baby son River Rocket, who was born in August.

Speaking about welcoming their fifth child, Jamie told Gurgle magazine: "We pretty much drive a bus now as it is... five is a big deal, right? With two teenagers, two little ones and a pregnant Jools, mealtimes at my house are mostly crazy."

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