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Gordon Ramsay Enjoying Time In Malibu

Gordon Ramsay was every inch the doting father as they spent some quality time regarding his children in sunny California on Sunday.

Soaking in the balmy climes, the Celebrity Chef got in great and content spirits as they kicked back along with his loved ones throughout a leisurely family outing in Malibu.

The 49-year-old – that’s married to Tana, his wife of 19 years – exhibited his toned body in a deep red T-shirt and plain black shorts, while strolling along in neon trainers.

His 16-year-old lookalike son, Jack, kept his cool in a very plain white vest top and animal-printed red shorts, while daughters Matilda, 14, and Holly,16, chosen denim shorts with dark tops.

Moments later, Ramsay slipped right into a tight sleeveless t-shirt as they watched his kids consume a paddle-boarding session.
Also on that fast, the British star latched onto his social media marketing sites to discuss some Instagram snaps from other relaxing vacation.

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‘The perfect Valentine’s Day eve! Love all of my dudes X,’ he wrote alongside one image, later adding another using the words, ‘Special Valentines Day in Santa Barbara together with the gorgeous dudes! X’

The father-of-four – who’s best friends with all the Beckham family – splits his time between London along with the States, where he has four shows running on US TV.

He is defined to celebrate his 50th birthday later this current year, and speaking recently regarding the milestone festivity, the star revealed he will be hosting an event at Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace.

‘We’ve got exciting things inside the pipeline and it’s destined to be incredible,’ he told website Viva Las Vegas. ‘What a method to celebrate fifty years.’

The chef added: ‘Caesars Palace celebrates 50 years this current year and there’s various other cranky chef celebrating half a century as well.
‘I can’t ask for a better collaboration rather than hold my party here.’