Tana Ramsay's right: It's not worth ending a marriage over a husband's infidelity (2023)

Tana Ramsay's right: It's not worth ending a marriage over a husband's infidelity

It's a view that will enrage many women. But a betrayed wife who bitterly regrets kicking out her husband says Tana would be wrong to ditch her celebrity chef hubby Gordon Ramsay

By Rachel Royce

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There are some moments in life when the foggy confusion of everyday existence seems to clear and for a fleeting moment you can glimpse your thoughts in bright perspective.

My latest moment came as I was wandering around the polished aisles of Waitrose in Marlborough this week, covered from head to foot in Afghan desert dust.

I had just stepped off a plane from Kandahar, having spent the week in the war zone as part of my job as a reporter for ITV.

I had fearlessly (or actually somewhat fearfully) survived bullets, improvised explosive devices, bumpy rides in the back of Snatch Land Rovers, ice cold showers, Army rations and the Taliban - only to arrive back in Britain and realise there was no one at home to cook my supper, still less to soothe my tattered nerves.

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Rachel Royce (L) says she knows from experience that Tana Ramsay (R) is correct to stick by her husband, celebrity chef Gordon, despite claims he has been philandering

I am divorced. And sometimes that cruel reality sneaks up when I least expect it, just as it did in the supermarket this week.

'Do you want cash back?' the friendly cashier demanded.

No, I thought, I just want my old life back. I have been divorced for over two years, though I separated from my husband, Rod Liddle, four-and-a-half years ago.

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As regular readers of this paper may recall, I had discovered he was having an affair with his office receptionist at the Spectator magazine. At the time, I was absolutely livid. I kicked him out of our home and our marriage never recovered. But now? Now, I just feel a fool for having allowed the affair to destroy my life.

Why didn't I just turn a blind eye to his infidelity? If the extent of his unfaithfulness was a fumble with the office tart, who was the real victim? Was it me, who got to keep the otherwise enviable perks as the wife of a successful man; or was it the mistress, who was treated like the proverbial piece of meat and would doubtless be binned the moment she passed her thrill-by date?

I was too proud, and it cost me

Looking back, I should have been better prepared for the decision I would have to make. There had been a previous encounter, you see. Rod and I had been together for 12 years and he'd already had one affair with a blonde bombshell from his office at the BBC.

He spent most of the week with her in London, pretending to me that early starts meant he couldn't come home to Wiltshire except for flying visits at weekends. When I found out about that affair, I decided to forgive him - after all, he wrote me amazing love letters, promised it wouldn't happen again and even proposed to me on one knee during a thunderstorm in Malaysia.

We went ahead with our lavish wedding.

Then, to my deepest humiliation, it happened again. He began another affair, this time with a stick-thin 22-year-old just as we were getting married. I was left alone on our honeymoon with the children while he flew home to see the new mistress.

I suspected what was going on, of course, and it hurt. A lot. But why, in the months that followed, did I have to press for the truth?

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Why did I go to the bother of hiring and firing useless detective agencies to track his movements? Why did I put myself through the stress of sneaking out of bed in the night to check his text messages? Why did I have to rifle through his pockets and find the restaurant receipts and empty Viagra packets that confirmed everything I dreaded?

Why, oh why, couldn't I have just let sleeping dogs lie and let him get on with his tawdry after-work rendezvous in hotel rooms, so long as we still had some semblance of a marriage?

I have been torturing myself with these questions this week because Gordon Ramsay's alleged affair with a woman with the morals of an Amsterdam alley cat has brought my own situation into sharp relief.

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Gordon's wife, Tana, is far too sensible to kill the goose that lays the golden egg. She probably knows if her husband has had an affair - or indeed a string of them - and yet she is standing by her man, posing in a traditional show of unity with Gordon outside their £3million Victorian pile by Wandsworth Common and almost managing a smile.

Some have labelled her a doormat, a 'mousewife' who is allowing her apparently errant husband to walk all over her. Me? I say the girl's got brains and more cojones than a Spanish butcher's slab. Why would she want to break up her marriage for the sake of some slapper from south Wales?

Think about it: she is married to one of the sexiest men in Britain, he earns millions of pounds a year, they could probably hire a Caribbean island for their family holidays if they wanted to and they have four beautiful children together.

I was left with more worries than I thought possible

It's not just the money, it's the lifestyle that goes with it. Gordon is feted wherever he goes and no swanky party in Britain would be complete without him. The Ramsays were at newsreader Kirsty Young's 40th birthday party at a posh hotel in Somerset the very morning the story of his affair broke - the staff obligingly scuttled around hiding the Sunday papers.

If Tana were to dump Gordon, she would be tolerated at those parties for precisely a year afterwards - then the invitations would dry up.

Gordon would soon be back on the party circuit with wife number two in tow, everyone would marvel about how beautiful and glamorous the new, much younger wife was, and Tana would be left sipping lukewarm Chardonnay at home alone and wondering where her lifestyle had vanished to.

I know all this, because it happened to me. As Rod's partner I used to be invited to glamorous parties with newsreaders, politicians, comedians, chat-show hosts, newspaper owners, authors, lords and ladies and women who'd once slept with Prince Andrew.

These days, a big night out is a karaoke evening at the Old Bell pub in Warminster. And friends - those mutual friends that we used to see on a regular basis for dinner parties, music nights and holidays - do you suppose they visit me in my three-bedroom draughty terrace house? Or do you think they prefer to go to Rod's nine-bedroom Wiltshire mansion with cottages, grounds and room for 20 Mercedes on the drive?

No competition there then. Still, I don't blame them. He always was a much better cook than me; I'd choose his Moroccan lamb with couscous over my spag bol any time.

The truth is, I gave up my husband through pride and distress, yet I am left with far more anxiety, loneliness and financial worries than I ever dreamt were possible.

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Gordon Ramsay with Tana after news broke of his alleged seven-year secret affair with Sarah Symonds

Yes, I got a divorce settlement. But forget all that talk about ex-wives walking away from the divorce courts with the lion's share of their husbands' fortune. There are always a few women who are rich enough in their own right to hire the top-notch lawyers who can secure a bumper payout. But most ex-wives struggle to make ends meet.

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I am living on a fraction of what Rod and his mistress (now much younger wife) live on. I am constantly worried about bills, I can no longer afford fancy holidays, and I've even taken in a lodger to help make ends meet. She works shifts and when she is up at 5am, I am woken by creaking floorboards above my head.

To top it all, after returning from Afghanistan this week, I learned I was being made redundant by ITV, another sad statistic of our credit crunch economy.

Throughout all this angst, I continue to look after two little boys by myself. Yes, they are a joy and I love them to bits - but how much more enjoyable was their childhood when an enthusiastic daddy took them to football matches and watched them with pride instead of a mother who never liked football anyway and would much rather be having a lie-in while hubby took care of the boy things in life.

I'm no good at keepy-uppys, I don't know how to play computer games, I can't jam a quick Pink Floyd riff on my son's guitar, however much he might plead me to. And, oh, the guilt - the heavy weight of shame I feel every time I read another newspaper article saying my darling sons are more likely to end up involved in drugs and crime because they have a single mummy rather than a smug married one to take care of them.

It may be taboo to admit it, but how I wish I'd taken a leaf out of the books of those other married women who have swallowed their pride and stood by their philandering husbands and seen their marriages survive.

Going against feminist idealism

Victoria Beckham didn't miss a beat when the papers claimed David had an affair with the aptly named Rebecca Loos - she stuck out her pointy little chin, clung winningly on to his arm and categorically denied that her husband would ever do anything so low.

She fooled no one, of course - least of all herself. But what dividends her strategy has paid! A multi-million-pound contract in Los Angeles for David, a new career in fashion for Posh, and still they are Brand Beckham.

Victoria was not the first to stand by her man, of course - there have been countless examples of women turning a blind eye to their philandering husbands over the centuries. Indeed, it's only relatively recently that anyone has thought it mattered if husbands had affairs at all.

Tudor and Georgian London were simply dripping with prostitutes who gladly took on the physical exertions of the bedroom, while the wives busied themselves with the far more refined pleasures that 'marrying well' afforded them.

It was perhaps only with Queen Victoria and her devoted love of Albert that the notion that husbands and wives must commit themselves to each other exclusively and for ever caught on.

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I don't dispute that there may be many millions of couples who willingly and happily remain faithful to one another until their dying days. It is entirely right that we celebrate their achievement and encourage our own children to strive for that kind of enduring relationship.

But what about those marriages that fail to live up to that romantic ideal; that stumble at the fence of human experience; that are burdened by disappointments and compromise? Is it better that they are broken up? Or is a more flexible solution preferable? On reflection, I've come to admire the example set by Jane Clark, wife of the late Tory MP and notorious philanderer Alan Clark. Jane put up with a string of affairs, including the famous fling with the Harkess mother and daughters. (She knew it was pointless trying to make Alan change his ways. And, in the scale of human happiness, her anger at his sexual indiscretions was outweighed by the lifestyle, freedoms and status she was afforded as his wife.)

More recently still, Marina Johnson, wife of London Mayor Boris, made her errant husband sleep on the sofa for . . . ooh, roughly one night after news of his affair with a work colleague broke before it was back to 'business as usual'.

And then there's the marvellous Pauline Prescott, determined not to allow her discovery of John's extramarital activities to interfere with the delivery of a new bathroom suite. Marvellous.

Why go to all that trouble of procuring, netting and landing a fine catch to have someone else run off with the goods?

Oh, I know my view will horrify most British women (though in many continental countries it would be regarded as the norm). Certainly, it goes against every fibre of feminist idealism. If I were to tell it to my wide-eyed and innocent younger self, I, too, would be shocked and appalled.

And, of course, it's true that there are some men whose behaviour is so abhorrent that it is not only right but essential that their wives should leave them and seek a better life elsewhere. But the fact is, most unfaithful men make at least some attempt to keep their affair secret from their wife - indeed, often they continue loving them as before, perhaps more so.

Was Rod one of those men? I'll never know. What I do know is that when I tell my friends I regret kicking him out, they are shocked.

They chide me and remind me of what I have gained. I no longer have to put up with a husband who lies to me, who shouts at me when I question his absences. They tell me: 'At least you don't have to wonder who he is with every night.'

But that's just it: I don't have to wonder because I know where he is - he is with her and not me. And the sad truth is, in my own experience, a philandering husband is better than no husband at all.

Why does no one tell you this? Answer: because just as in Jane Austen's day, women still hanker after marrying some Mr Darcy who will sweep them off their feet for an eternity of mutual adoration.

Well, sometimes, here in the real world, the ending doesn't work out as we hoped.

We never did find out what happened to Elizabeth Bennet after the wedding, but you can bet my redundancy pay cheque she wouldn't have ditched her fine gowns and stately home if she'd caught Darcy fondling the kitchen maid.

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Are Gordon and Tana Ramsay still married? ›

The Hell's Kitchen star married Tana in 1996. Not only is Gordon Ramsay a doting father to five children, but he's also a loving husband to his wife Tana, and made sure to mark her birthday in style.

How many wives has Gordon Ramsay? ›

Gordon is married to 46-year-old Tana Ramsay after the pair tied the knot in 1996.

How did Gordon meet Tana? ›

Tana and Gordon met in 1992. At the time, she was dating Gordon's friend, a fellow British chef named Tim. Out of respect for their relationship, Gordon waited until Tana was single to ask her out.

How old is Tana Ramsay? ›

Who is the richest chef in the world? ›

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Who's the best chef in the world? ›

1. Dabiz Muñoz
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Why did Gordon Ramsay lost his Michelin stars? ›

Why did acclaimed chef and restaurateur Gordan Ramsey lose his Michelin stars? Distractify explained the reason for the loss of stars in a quote from Michael Ellis, Michelin's Guide Director: "We've had issues with consistency, and consistency is a huge thing for us."

What is Gordon Ramsay's favorite fast food place? ›

The celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has spoken a lot about his love for the West Coast fast-food chain In-N-Out. "People think Americans are obese and burgers are bad for them — they are delicious. In-N-Out burgers were extraordinary," he told the Scottish newspaper the Sunday Mail in 2008.

Who has the most Michelin stars in the world? ›

1. Joël Robuchon: 31 Michelin Stars. Many consider the late French chef Joël Robuchon the best chef of the modern age. And with 31 Michelin stars spread across three continents, it's hard to argue this claim.

How did Gordon betray Marco? ›

After working together for 15 years, Gordon and Marco reportedly fell out when the Hell's Kitchen presenter left to work on his own solo ventures. Marco allegedly made his student cry during his training, and their feud reached breaking point when Gordon crashed his teacher's wedding with a film crew in 2000.

Does Gordon Ramsay like wife cooking? ›

The British restaurateur is not always the biggest voice in the room, though, as he is in fact married to the author of multiple cook books. As it turns out, Ramsay did not just fall for his wife's good looks; he also holds a very high opinion of her cooking. Given his insane standards, that is saying a lot.

Is Gordon Ramsay turning vegan? ›

In the video where he went on to make vegan steak dinner he started by saying “ After three decades of cooking, hundreds and hundreds of thousands of hours behind the stove, I'm turning vegan.” But it was later revealed Gordon turned vegan only for that meal.

Who made Ramsay cry? ›

White also once made a young Gordon Ramsay cry while Ramsay worked for him, and later said, "I don't recall what he'd done wrong but I yelled at him and he lost it. Gordon crouched down in the corner of the kitchen, buried his head in his hands and started sobbing."

Is Ramsay a black belt? ›

Famous Chef Gordon Ramsay has always had a passion for cooking but when he isn't in the kitchen he is out training Martial Arts. He has received his black belt in Karate and also enjoys boxing.

Who trained Ramsay? ›

After earning a vocational diploma in hotel management from North Oxon Technical College in 1987, he moved to London and began honing his culinary skills under chef Marco Pierre White at the restaurant Harvey's and under chef Albert Roux at La Gavroche.

Who is Oprah Winfrey's chef? ›

"A favorite at our house is the Flavor Bomb Chicken Sandwich on a fresh baked cheddar biscuit prepared by Chef Kenny Gilbert," posted Oprah.

What is Gordon Ramsay's favorite food? ›

In most of Ramsay's restaurants, you can find it on the menu. However, Ramsay has revealed his favorite American food is grits topped with shrimp and Parmesan cheese.

What is Gordon Ramsay's most famous dish? ›

Gordon Ramsay's beef wellington recipe has to be the most famous dish from his ongoing series Hell's Kitchen. If you're a fan of the show (or even if you're not), it doesn't take long to hear the chef yell at his contestants for their "horrendous" making of the meal.

Who is the best female chef in the world? ›

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Who is better chef than Ramsay? ›

A former student of his was the now infamous Gordon Ramsay. Alain Ducasse may easily be the most successful among the world's top 10 chefs. This is what he managed to achieve: Earned his 21 Michelin stars and kept them throughout his career.

Who is the number 1 chef in America? ›

Thomas Keller is the USA's most decorated chef, with a current total of seven Michelin stars.

Who is the most successful Hell's Kitchen winner? ›

Christina Machamer
BornMarch 13, 1982 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
EducationThe Culinary Institute of America (2008)
Culinary career
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Which Gordon Ramsay restaurant failed? ›

It was opened by chef Gordon Ramsay, with David Dempsey operating the restaurant on a daily basis for the celebrity chef. It was awarded a Michelin star in 2002, which it held until the restaurant's closure in 2004.
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Does Gordon Ramsay regret? ›

As Gordon Ramsay wraps up the first season of The F Word this week, the foul-mouthed chef also admitted he regrets ending Kitchen Nightmares, the show that made him famous. "I got fed up with Kitchen Nightmares because I was getting s--t," Ramsay told the New York Daily News.

What is Gordon Ramsay's most famous line? ›

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  • “The problem with Yanks is they are wimps.”
  • “This crab is so undercooked I can still hear it singing 'Under the Sea.
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Who is the most famous celebrity chef? ›

Gordon Ramsay

The ultra-famous chef and TV personality is probably the most well-known celebrity chef ever. His career includes a total of 16 (!) Michelin stars, numerous awards, and a long list of popular TV shows, including Hell's Kitchen, MasterChef US, and Kitchen Nightmares, which have inspired endless memes.

What is Hell's Kitchen famous dish? ›

Beef Wellington is Gordon Ramsay's most talked about signature dish, so you'll want to be sure to try it if you're at Hell's Kitchen. Tender, melt-in-your-mouth beef is served medium rare and wrapped in a flaky, golden-brown puff pastry with a layer of mushroom duxelles between.

How hard is it to get a Michelin star? ›

To earn one Michelin star, a restaurant needs to be “a very good restaurant in this category”. For two stars, it needs to be “excellent cooking, worth a detour”. For three stars, a restaurant must serve “exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey.”

Who is the best cook in the world 2022? ›

This sixth edition in Spain will crown the best chef in the world, but there is already a queen as regards the best chef of 2022, namely Leonor Espinosa, chef and owner of the Leo restaurant in Bogotà, Colombia.

What restaurant has most Michelin stars? ›

Now it is Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester and Le Louis XV that tend to be the most well-known – and the most awarded, with each boasting the maximum three Michelin stars. Le Louis XV also holds the title of the first restaurant to ever achieve such an accolade.

Did Marco make Gordon cry? ›

“No I didn't make Gordon Ramsay cry,” he says. “He made himself cry. That was his choice to cry”.

Did Gordon Ramsay framed Marco Pierre? ›

Nearly a decade after the reservation book theft, a lot of people still believed that Marco Pierre White had ripped off his former protégé. At least, that was the case until Ramsay admitted he was the one who had his own reservation book stolen and he intentionally framed White in an attempt to ruin him.

Why did Ramsay and white fall out? ›

After revealing in an interview that he felt White was a poor restaurateur, Ramsay turned up to his old boss' wedding with a camera crew. To top it off, Ramsay also stole his own restaurant's reservation list, before blaming it on White.

Does Gordon Ramsay cook for the Queen? ›

Mr McGrady also said that Gordon Ramsay could never be a chef at Buckingham Palace “because of his ego”. He spent more than a decade cooking for the queen at Buckingham Palace and Balmoral before moving to Kensington, where he cooked for Princes William and Harry, and Diana, Princess of Wales, before her death in 1997.

Who did Gordon Ramsay kiss? ›

Ramsay called one chef up as she showed her veal scallopini, and he was impressed, so he started to kiss her. However the chefs didn't realize that the chef Ramsay kissed is his wife, Tana to make a point on who has their game.

Does Gordon Ramsay eat dairy? ›

To put it simply, no, Gordon Ramsay is not vegan and probably will never ditch the meat. However, he has been sharing popular plant-based recipes with his TikTok followers and has reportedly cut dairy out of his diet on a 'day-to-day basis'.

What is Gordon Ramsay's diet? ›

“I like to keep on my toes and eat small bits. Almost like in Hong Kong – four or five times a day, small bowls of food.” Gordon also makes sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day, which is a handy tip as it helps slimmers feel fuller for longer.

Does Gordon Ramsay cook his own food? ›

Gordon cooks simple spaghetti and roast dinners every week

Meanwhile, Tana previously confessed she prefers daughter Matilda cooking big family meals to husband Gordon.

Why was Ramsay jailed? ›

Ramsey, 53, was charged with terroristic threatening and third-degree battery and booked in the Washington County, Arkansas, jail on Saturday evening.

What does Gordon Ramsay suffer from? ›

Chef Gordon Ramsay recently revealed that he has arthritis in his knee and suffered injuries after falling during a run. In a recent interview with The Sun, Gordon said he recently had meniscus surgery and had been on crutches for the past two weeks.

Does Ramsay apologize? ›

Ramsay says he understands, and he apologizes. It's a nice, tender moment from Ramsay, a side we don't often see.

Is there a 7th degree black belt? ›

Black Belt Levels

Both second and third degree levels mean that you can serve as an assistant instructor. 3rd Dan (3rd Degree): Another couple of years after the second degree will take you to 3rd Dan level. 7th Dan (7th Degree): 7 to 8 years of practice and you can be considered a Master Instructor.

Is Robert Downey Jr a black belt? ›

Did you know that Robert Downey Jr. (AKA Iron Man) is a black belt?! “I can't say how much the martial arts have impacted my ability to stay well and focused.

What actor has the most black belts? ›

1) Chuck Norris

He holds the rank of 10th Dan in Chun Kuk Do (which he created), 9th Dan in Tang Soo Do, 8th Dan in Taekwondo (the first westerner to be awarded the rank), a 5th degree black belt in Karate, and a 3rd degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

What does Gordon Ramsay smell like? ›

It won't be wrong to admit that Gordon Ramsay's cologne choices are as impressive as his cooking skills. He's a fan of woody and spicy scents with a hint of fruity and dewy freshness. All his top picks show that he loves to wear a unique and divinely masculine scent.

What is Gordon Ramsay's most successful restaurant? ›

Our flagship destination, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea, gained the ultimate accolade of three Michelin stars in 2001 and has retained them ever since, a true mark of excellence, quality and consistency.

Does Gordon Ramsay cook at any of his restaurants? ›

No. That's not his job. The Executive Chef rarely does any cooking.

Who is chef Gordon Ramsay married to? ›

Ramsay married Cayetana Elizabeth Hutcheson, a Montessori-trained schoolteacher, in 1996. They divide their time between Los Angeles and the Wandsworth Common area of London, and have five children: Megan, Holly, Jack, Tilly, and Oscar.

Who is the wife of Gordon Ramsay? ›

When did Tana Ramsay lose a baby? ›

Tana Ramsay, the wife of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, has paid an emotional tribute to her late son Rocky, whom she miscarried in June 2016. Taking to her Instagram page on Friday, the 47-year-old marked what would have been his 5th birthday which coincidentally coincides with Baby Loss Awareness Week.

Does Tana Ramsay have a baby? ›

Gordon and Tana have been happily married since 1996 and together share five children: Megan, 22-year-old twins Jack and Holly, 20-year-old Tilly, who famously starred in Strictly 2021, and little Oscar, three.

Does Ramsay own Hells Kitchen? ›

Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen is a multi-national fine dining restaurant chain, owned by British chef Gordon Ramsay, and based on the reality TV show Hell's Kitchen. As of 2022 the chain consists of four US locations and one in Dubai.

Does Gordon Ramsay cook in his own kitchen? ›

'Yeah of course I cook,' Ramsay replied. 'I wouldn't maintain that standard. '

How many houses does Ramsay own? ›

Gordon Ramsay and his wife Tana divide their time between three amazing houses with their children, and they are all as lavish as you may expect.

Does Chef Ramsay have scars on his face? ›

The facial scars and weathered skin are a result of many hours of running and playing British football (known as soccer in this country) in the sun. Ramsay admits to having been in numerous fistfights in his younger days. I am told he has undergone a series of injections to fill in the wrinkles on his face.

Did Gordon Ramsay do IVF? ›

Gordon Ramsay

So we had IVF [to conceive Megan, now 21] which made me feel like a complete failure.” The couple had further treatment to conceive their second and third chid (twins Holly and Jack, 19), whilst the fourth child (Matilda, 16) was conceived without help.

How much does Ramsay make per episode? ›

Ramsay makes around $200,000 for every episode of Hell's Kitchen he appears in. Last year, Ramsay signed a contract with National Geographic to host a new reality series called Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted.


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