Gordon Ramsay branded ‘massive hypocrite’ as he fronts stay at home ad after moving to Cornwall
Gordon Ramsay has been called out as a 'massive hypocrite' for preaching people to stay at home after moving to his second house in Cornwall.
The TV chef ditched London for the tranquil Cornwall, where he's isolating with wife Tana, 45, and their children, when the UK went into lockdown amid the coronavirus – despite government guidelines warning against it.
Now, a video posted on Youtube, sees the 53 year old fronting an advert where he tells people to stay at home instead of doing what he did.
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In the clip, he can be seen standing in his £4.4 million holiday mansion, saying: "Hi, I'm Gordon Ramsay. Now in order to stop this dreadful virus, we need to stay at home.
"What do we do? Let's cook along together. I've got loads of exciting recipes on my YouTube channel. Have fun and thank you."
It was captioned: "Stay home and cook with Gordon Ramsay. There's so much we can do together, even whilst we're apart. #WithMe."
Unimpressed fans were quick to slam the video as they complained about how hypocritical his message is.
Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "Everyone has been told to stay at home, not their second home thinking it’s better to isolate in #Cornwall because of open space. That includes you @GordonRamsay go home. If every second home owner in Cornwall did that we’d be swamped! Your no different #StayAtHomeOrder".
Another angry viewer wrote: "@GordonRamsay Just a quick reminder that appearing on the youtube "stay at home #WithMe" campaign while actually being at your holiday home in Cornwall, putting locals at risk and disobeying government advice, makes you a massive f**king hypocrite." [sic]
While a third added: "Why does he get to come and stay in second home in Cornwall. Special Rules? For rich people?"
Meanwhile, the celebrity chef's feud with Cornwall locals continues to rage on as one person recently went to The Sun to accuse Gordon of running a red light and said he “nearly caused a nasty accident” while out on a bike ride earlier this week.
They told the publication after sharing a photo of the father-of-five on his journey: “I was delivering some shopping to my daughter and this t**t decides to go through a red light at Trewornan Bridge.
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"Very nearly could have been a nasty accident as a car was coming the other way who had to slam on his brakes!
"I didn’t realise it was him at first, he was travelling with another man and a lady. The other man also went through the red light, but the lady stopped at the red light."
Representatives for the Kitchen Nightmares star denied the alleged incident had happened when contacted by OK! online, saying the man’s claims were “nonsense”.
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