Gordon Ramsay has a new swimming pool at his sprawling £4.4 million mansion in Cornwall and it’s more than a little impressive.
The chef and restaurateur, 53, has unveiled an extremely modern pool in which the depth is displayed via a glass wall.
Gordon proudly showed off his home’s new addition on social media.
He shared an adorable snap besides the pool with his youngest son, 16-months-old Oscar on his shoulders.
Gordon Ramsay owns three homes in Cornwall
Sharing in view of his some 9.6 million Instagram followers: “Off for an evening walk with @oscarjramsay.”
The first pic shows him holding hands with his little one on the beach.
This is then followed up with the spectacular swimming pool shot.
Despite the adorable photos, it seems many fans couldn’t help but take jibes at the celebrity.
One user asked: “Is Gordon a grandpa?” although several users reassured the user that Oscar is in fact his child.
Others made reference to Gordon’s infamous Hell’s Kitchen scene where he screamed ‘Where’s the lamb sauce?’
Several users posted the quote and one user joked: “Off to teach him the ways of the lamb sauce.”
And yet another user posted: “He fully always looks like he’s gonna have a rant at someone because they forgot the lamb sauce.”
As for Gordon’s stunning Cornish home, it is one of three he owns in the seaside district.
They are worth an estimated £10 million and one of them is currently for sale for a cool £2.75 million.
Throughout lockdown Gordon has remained at his £4.4 million home with his wife Tana and five children.
The couple share Meghan, 21, 20-year-old twins Holly and Jack, Tilly, 17, and Oscar, one, together.
He defied neighbours complaints over his family’s Cornish stay
However, his countryside retreat was met with some resistance from Cornish residents.
Some expressed fears that he and his family would bring COVID-19 into the area.
They usually live in London and Gordon also owns a home in Los Angeles, USA.
But Gordon defiantly hit back and mocked them for being ‘whingers’.
He shared an image of a bunch of asparagus dropped off by a kindly neighbour.
While he expressed his gratitude, he also couldn’t help but take a pop at the haters.
He posted on Instagram: “Now what a lovely, beautiful, generous little gift.
“C’mon, seriously, that’s literally growing in the back of my garden.
“Now that’s what I call love thy neighbour, see? That’s how you look after each other across these difficult times. There you go.
“I’m sure one local will whinge about the asparagus. God bless you.”
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