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Gordon Ramsay kisses wife Tana passionately after celebrating happy news

The celebrity chef was also joined by his children Jack, Megan, Holly and Tilly on Wednesday


Tana and Gordon Ramsay share kiss
Sharnaz Shahid
Deputy Online Editor
6 April 2023
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It was a big night for Gordon Ramsay, who picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award at the GQ Food & Drink Awards 2023 on Wednesday. 

Following his sensational achievement, the 56-year-old embraced his wife Tana at the glamourous ceremony which was held at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London. 

Gordon Ramsay kisses wife Tana Ramsay© Getty
Gordon Ramsay kisses wife Tana Ramsay

The couple, who have been married since 1996, were also joined by their eldest children, Megan, 24, twins Jack and Holly, 23, and Tilly, 21. They are also doting parents to their youngest Oscar, who turned four this week. 

"Thank you very [explicit] much," Gordon told GQ after his win, "I'm so stoked. Does that mean I'm getting old, though?" 

On how he would like to celebrate, the dad-of-five said: "God, I think I'd go to Tamarind for a curry. But I kid you not, if I could jump in a helicopter after picking up the 'Old Man's Lifetime Achievement Award,' I'd fly the whole family up to Khai Khai in Newcastle.

Gordon Ramsay, Tana Ramsay, Holly Ramsay and Matilda Ramsay at the GQ Food & Drink Awards© Getty
Gordon Ramsay, Tana Ramsay, Holly Ramsay and Matilda Ramsay at the GQ Food & Drink Awards

"And eat my curry on the [explicit] Tyne. The last time I tasted authentic Indian cuisine like that, I was in the middle of Bangladesh." 

It was definitely a family celebration as they happily posed for pictures on the night – however, Gordon revealed his loved ones are his biggest critics. 

WATCH: Everything you need to know about Gordon Ramsay's family life

"I'd say my girls Tilly, Holly and Megan. I'm so proud of them, but [explicit] me… 21, 23 and 24. They have no problem putting me in my place," he said. 

Asked whether his children will follow in his footsteps, Gordon replied: "No, they needed to find their passion, and I couldn't be prouder knowing that they have. I suppose my son Oscar is my last hope of having a chef in the family. I've started putting him to bed with a [explicit] whisk and a ladle."

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