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5 Intriguing Facts About Gordon Ramsay’s Personal Life

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Since 2005, chef Gordon Ramsay has become a major name in the food industry. While we normally see him stressing chefs out weekly, many don’t know what happens when cameras are off. We take a look at some behind the scenes facts you might not know about the TV personality.

Swear It Off

Anyone that watches Ramsay knows that he’ll often swear like a sailor. When it comes to home, it’s a completely different story around his children. “I have four young, amazing kids, and I don’t swear in front of them,” he told Men’s Journal. Like many parents, he’ll often swap his beloved curse words for something a bit more family friendly.

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For A Good Cause

In 2014, Ramsay and his wife Tana opened the Gordon & Tana Ramsay Foundation. The charity donates money to various causes, including Action Against Hunger and Cancer Research UK. In 2017, Ramsay helped raise money for the Great Ormond Street Hospital. 500 fans donated cash to the London children’s hospital so they can see him eat pineapple pizza.

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The Importance Of Cooking

Many people would think Ramsay wants his children to become successful chefs like him. While they do dabble in the kitchen, Ramsay simply wants them to know the basics. “Even if they don’t pursue it as a career, just knowing how to cook for yourself is as important as geography, history, and French. I never had that opportunity,” he told Telegraph.

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Working For The Weekend

In a Reddit AMA, Ramsay revealed that he only gets three hours of sleep daily. Fortunately, he manages to take some time off when he needs it most. “I work hard, but I give myself time off on the weekend. I cut it off, and power down for 48 hours,” his said.

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Born To Run

Ramsay is a big fan of running marathons around the world. Most of his appearances have been to help raise money for charity. His wife Tana likes to join in on the fun, too. “Tana wants to beat me. She doesn’t have much time on her hands, but she’s dedicated,” he told Telegraph.

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