Celebrity Families

Chef Gordon Ramsay and wife Tana Ramsay welcome their FIFTH child

It's a party of five!

By Rebecca Sullivan
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and his wife Tana Ramsay have welcomed their fifth child into the world, a gorgeous baby boy.
The couple met their newest addition on Thursday April 4th, adding to their beautiful happy family.
Ramsay announced the news on his Instagram account, telling his six million followers: "After 3 Baftas and one Emmy... finally we have won an Oscar, please welcome Oscar James Ramsay, who touched down at 12:58 today for some lunch ! Xxx".
There's a significant age gap between Oscar and his other siblings, joining Megan, 21, Holly, 19, Jack, 19, and Matilda, 17, rounding out the very large Ramsay clan.
Gordon posted this intimate snap of his newest addition. (Image: @gordongram/Instagram)
Tana and Oscar share a sweet moment together. (Image: @gordongram/Instagram)
This baby news is particularly exciting for the couple, because they suffered a devastating blow in 2016 when Tana, then 41, suffered a miscarriage when she was five months into her pregnancy.
"Hi guys, Tana and I want to thank you so much for your support over the past couple of weeks. We had a devastating weekend as Tana has sadly miscarried our son at five months," Gordon said at the time.
"We're together healing as a family, but we want to thank everyone again for all your amazing support and well wishes. I'd especially like to send a big thank you to the amazing team at Portland Hospital for everything they've done. Gx"
The couple have experienced fertility heartache. (Image: Getty)
Despite his immense wealth and success, Gordon says he parents his kids in a way that ensures they never become spoiled.
For example, the Ramsay kids don't travel in first class alongside their parents.
WATCH BELOW: Gordon Ramsay pretends to cut his finger on a blender. Story continues after video.
"I gotta keep it real with the kids," the MasterChef guest judge told Andy Cohen, on Watch What Happens Live last year.
"They get entertainment on their iPads. I like to think of what you can do with the money when you land rather than paying out thousands of dollars for 8, 9, 10 years olds to sit in first class. I don't want them sat there with a 10-course f--king menu."
He added: "It is my wife and [my] choice to discipline them and keep them real."

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