Gordon Ramsay bundles up in a padded jacket while his wife Tana loads furniture into their vehicle in London
They share five children together and have been married for over 24 years.
And Gordon and Tana Ramsay spent the day in London on Sunday without their family as they loaded furniture into their car.
The acclaimed chef, 54, cut a casual figure in a navy jacket and straight-leg trousers while his wife, 46, rocked a black and white shacket.
Hard at work: Gordon Ramsay’s wife Tana loaded furniture into their car on Sunday as they were spotted in London
Gordon stood aimlessly, his blonde tresses swept over to the side in a short hairdo.
Meanwhile Tana did the heavy lifting in black leggings as she was seen carrying a table.
The couple are the proud parents of five children – twins Holly and Jack, 21, Megan, 23, Matilda, 19 and little Oscar, 22 months. They also lost a baby boy, Rocky, when Tana was five months pregnant in 2016.
Earlier this week, Gordon revealed he had to cancel over 22,000 bookings for his restaurants in December before England was plunged into its third lockdown.
Winter style: The acclaimed chef, 54, cut a casual figure in a navy jacket and straight-leg trousers while his wife, 46, rocked a black and white shacket
The chef, who owns 35 restaurants across the UK, said the effect Covid has had on the hospitality industry is ‘devastating,’ but he remains optimistic his business could re-open by Easter.
Speaking on The Graham Norton Show Gordon said he’s planning to open up even more restaurants when lockdown is eased, following reports the government plan to allow pubs and restaurants to re-open in May.
Gordon admitted that thousands of bookings across his business were removed when Tier 3 restrictions in December forced many restaurants to close just weeks after re-opening following the second lockdown.
Weeks later the government placed the entire country in lockdown, with no set date as to when pubs and restaurants can re-open.
Couple: Gordon stood aimlessly, his blonde tresses swept over to the side in a short hairdo while Tana did the heavy lifting in black leggings
Shocking: Earlier this week, Gordon revealed he had to cancel over 22,000 bookings for his restaurants in December before England was plunged into its third lockdown (pictured on The Graham Norton Show)
He told Graham: ‘It’s devastating. When you think about breaking bread and having fun with friends and family, it’s just tragic not to have that.’
The Hell’s Kitchen star added: ‘When we reopened last July, the atmosphere was monumental and electrifying, we didn’t even need music, so to be shut backdown was tough.
‘In December, our most important month, we cancelled 22 and a half thousand reservations, but I have always been optimistic.
‘It is tough but we will come out of this – we’ve re-created, re-developed and researched new ideas so when we come out of this lockdown we will open up as new restaurants. We are hoping we will re-open at Easter. It would be a dream.’
Tough: The celebrity chef owns 35 restaurants across the UK, as the hospitality industry is one of the hardest hit by the pandemic (Heddon Street Kitchen is pictured in London)