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Monday, 10 April 2017

Millionaire celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay say his children won't inherit his £113million money pile

Celebrity English Chef, Gordon Ramsay was born in Scotland to a 'violent alcoholic father', Gordon Senior, who worked as a newsagent, swimming instructor and welder, and Helen, a nurse. He had to earn every penny of his £113million fortune.

He has disclosed his children won't get their hands on all that money because he fears it will ruin them. He has rather instilled in them the work ethic that made him the man he is today.


The chef, who is known for his Michelin-starred restaurants and heated reality television programmes, said his four children will only be getting a 25 per cent deposit on a flat as he prefers them to 'work hard' for their money as it is not his 'number one objective.' He said they're not even allowed to dine at his swanky restaurants or sit in first class with him.

 Speaking to The Telegraph, Mr Ramsay, 50, said:
'It’s [his fortune] definitely not going to them, and that’s not in a mean way; it’s to not spoil them.
'Last time we went to Royal Hospital Road [his restaurant in Chelsea] was for Megan’s 16th birthday, and that was the first time we’ve ever eaten there with the kids.
'They have served the Chelsea pensioners there for Christmas lunch, but not eaten there. 
'They don’t sit with us in first class. They haven’t worked anywhere near hard enough to afford that...I worked my f------ arse off to sit that close to the pilot and you appreciate it more when you’ve grafted for it.'#

As far as hard work goes, his kids are doing alright for themselves.


Matilda, 15, has her own cookery show called Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch, Jack, 17, has aspirations to become a Marine, Holly, 17, is interested in fashion and works part-time in a shop, and Megan, 18, is a philosophy student who babysits to earn cash.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well he is using his money to set his kids up.. Later for their future..so is okay if they don't inherit his wealth

Monisola said...

He wants them to go and make their own money/fortune. Get a bigger penis here

Badboy Siano said...

They will inherit it of course, he just want them to understand that life isn't just the way it seem.

hrm paul said...

Chai if na me I go poison dis man change him will to suit every one but jokes apart he is raising them well but he needs to go easy haba no first class no expensive lunch na wa o it's not their fault he had a terrible growing up still if kids work hard you reward dem

Vivian Reginalds said...

nice
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samuel Ezebuchi said...

Wish some African parents would start thinking this way.

FRESH said...

While ours loot & keep for their 7th generation?

Anonymous said...

Solid values not Nigerian political class that steal all our money to build a future for their children and generations yet unborn leaving the rest populace to waloop in poverty.

Anonymous said...

You get sense! Exactly my thoughts.

Anonymous said...

This is very good. Well done Sir. His children will grow to appreciate principal of hardwork.

Godwin.

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