Gordon Ramsay was the family man in every way when he took an Easter weekend stroll on Friday with his wife Tana and youngest son Oscar, two.
The celebrity chef, 54, and his beloved wife, 46, looked happy and relaxed while spending quality time together while walking around London.
Gordon cut a casual figure in a navy blue quilted jacket and sweatpants as he strolled through the capital.
Family First: Gordon Ramsay was every inch the family man as he took an Easter weekend stroll on Friday with his wife Tana and youngest son Oscar, two,
The star completed his ensemble with a navy blue baseball cap.
Tana was wearing a black quilted jacket, white T-shirt and black leggings, which showed off her sleek frame.
The beauty wore a black wool hat and added a pop of color with pink sneakers.
Nice: The celebrity chef, 54, and his beloved wife, 46, looked happy and relaxed while spending quality time together on a walking tour in London
Casual Cool: Gordon cut a casual figure in a navy blue quilted jacket and sweatpants while strolling around the capital
Family time: Tana wore a black quilted jacket, white T-shirt and black leggings, which showed off her clean frame
Glam: The beauty wore a black wool hat and added a pop of color with pink sneakers
Nice: little Oscar was the spitting image of his famous father in a blue jacket while being pushed in a pram
The star sported her dark brown locks in soft waves while wearing a radiant palette of makeup.
Little Oscar was the likeness of his famous father in a blue jacket as he was pushed along in a pram.
Gordon recently showed himself how to keep himself busy during Britain’s third closing, filming a hilarious dance video with his daughter Tilly.
Chat: The family looked happy walking by during the holiday
Spring: The family enjoyed some fresh air before going home
The star posted the hilarious clip on TikTok as he and Tilly, 19, performed a synchronized dance on a remix of Natasha Bedingfield’s Unwritten.
The video opens with Gordon and Tilly looking sideways before jumping forward and showing off their moves.
Towards the end of the video, Tilly seemed to lose her cool and laughed as her dad started shaking his hips.
Fun: Gordon recently showed himself entertaining during Britain’s third lockdown, filming a hilarious dance video with his daughter Tilly
Gordon captioned the hilarious clip: ‘Dancing into the weekend like … @tillyramsay’.
The TV star and wife Tana are also the parents of Megan, 23, Jack and Holly Anna, both 21, and Oscar, who turns 2 on April 4.
It comes as Gordon’s new prime time game show Bank Balance reportedly faces the ax after just a few weeks on the air amid poor reviews.
Clip: The celebrity chef posted the hilarious clip to TikTok as he and Tilly, 19, performed a synchronized dance to a remix of Natasha Bedingfield’s Unwritten
The Chef’s show kicked off on February 24 with over two million viewers, but that number would have quickly dropped to just 1.6 million within two days.
And now BBC bosses are said to be considering ‘pulling the plug on the game show’ with the ‘future at stake’.
A source said The daily star: ‘The top horns at the BBC already say they don’t know whether they want to commit to a second series. The future is at stake. ‘
The new show would have been a ‘big gamble’ for the channel amid its big budget and primetime slot, three nights a week.
Dance: The video starts with Gordon and Tilly looking to the side before jumping forward and showing off their moves
But despite the claims, it has been said that bosses have yet to make a decision on the series, with a BBC spokesperson telling the publication: ‘It’s still on the air with a week to go so clearly there’s no decision yet . ‘
MailOnline contacted a BBC representative who declined to comment further.
It comes after Bank Balance reportedly endured a massive rating disaster earlier this week after losing 1 million viewers in just two days.
The BBC show kicked off in late February with 2.7 viewers tuning in, but days later that number is said to have dropped rapidly to just 1.6 million.
Family: Towards the end of the video, Tilly seemed to lose her cool and started laughing as her dad started shaking his hips
The show was also criticized on social media for its ‘annoying’ contestants, ‘confusing’ rules and ‘cringing’ banter.
In Gordon’s latest game show, two teams of contestants answered questions in an attempt to collect gold bars, which were then balanced in the hopes of winning a jackpot of £ 100,000.
But it seemed the new format wasn’t enough to get people glued to their screens, and BBC bosses were reported to be taking a huge gamble by putting the show in its 9pm primetime slot three nights a week.
Oh dear! This is because Gordon’s new primetime game show Bank Balance is reportedly stuck on the air after just a few weeks amid bad reviews.