Gordon Ramsay's 12-year-old daughter Tilly is set to star in her very own cookery show on children's channel CBeebies, and according to her famous father, has "all the makings of a great chef".
Gordon recently spoke about Tilly's foray into the world of TV cooking, and couldn't be prouder of his little girl.
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Gordon Ramsay's daughter Tilly is set to front her very own cookery show
"A few months ago I was watching Matilda film her new cooking show in LA. It's called Tillywood and it comes out in early 2015," he said.
"It was just fascinating watching her, saying, 'Dad's food is posh, but my food is real food', and showing this to her friends."
He added, "She has a TV programme at 12. She has all the makings of a great chef. If you had put my in front of a camera at 12, even then, I would have told you to f*** off."
It's thought that Tilly's twin siblings, Jack and Holly, 13, will also make appearances on the show, which is being produced by Gordon's production company, One Potato Two Potato.
Gordon Ramsay has decided to say goodbye to Kitchen Nightmares after 10 years
Dad-of-four Gordon, meanwhile, revealed last month that he won't be making any more Kitchen Nightmares.
The celebrity chef spent 10 years working on the hit series, which was sold to over 150 countries.
In a blog post on his website, Gordon confirmed that his upcoming channel 4 series Costa Del Nightmares will be his last.
"I've had a phenomenal 10 years making 123 episodes, 12 seasons, shot across 2 continents, watched by tens of millions of people and sold to over 150 countries," he said. "It's been a blast, but it's time to call it a day.
"Starting in 2004, this was the show that really propelled my TV career, and I'm very grateful for the amazing team behind the series and for the support from the viewers for almost over a decade!"