Gordon Ramsay baffles fans online with clip of birthday celebrations for eldest daughter

Gordon Ramsay's daughter appears in Hell's Kitchen teaser

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TV chef Gordon Ramsay confused fans when he shared a clip from his upcoming show on social media yesterday. The footage promoting an episode of Hell’s Kitchen Young Guns saw the father-of-five celebrating his daughter Megan’s 21st birthday.

However, fans were quick to point out that Gordon’s eldest child is now 23.

The post sparked a frenzy from people who didn’t realise how long it took to put the series together.

Alongside the clip of the American show, he wrote: “What are the #Vegas odds on the Young Guns delivering for @megan__ramsay’s birthday tonight on @hellskitchenfox?”

“I’d say slim to none… see you at 8/7c,” he added, in view of his 12.5 million followers.

Many confused fans took to the comments section of the post to share their thoughts.

“Wait she’s 23 so this was filmed 2 years ago?” one user wrote.

“Exactly I’ve been following chef Ramsey for a while and I could’ve swore I saw her 21st birthday was longer ago than a couple of months ago,”(sic) another added.

“She’s 23… her birthday is in May,” a third person chipped in.

“Yes they filmed this before covid!” a fourth user explained.

Others were more interested in whether they could watch the series in the UK.

“Cannot wait for this to come to UK.

“@gordongram when will this be shown in the UK??” another asked.

In addition to Megan, Gordon is also dad to twins Jack and Holly, 21, Matilda, 19, and two-year-old Oscar, who he shares with wife Tana.

The family have homes in Los Angeles, London and Cornwall.

While filing scenes for a new series on a beach near the latter, the TV star was accused of “gatecrashing” a wedding.

Gordon reportedly ended up paying for the couple’s celebration after he arrived in the area with his Future Food Stars film crew.

Charlie Willis and his wife Laura told The Sun they felt like “extras” during their own wedding.

They had paid £1,300 for the event which took place at Lusty Glaze beach, near Newquay, however they had not secured exclusive use of the beach.

Gordon’s producer sent the newlyweds a letter of apology following the incident.

“I am mortified that we affected your special day and I can assure you that it was never our intention to upset you or your guests.

“As you are aware, we have now paid for your wedding in full, which I hope goes some way towards making amends and acknowledging how sorry I am that your special day was affected, albeit unintentionally, by us.

“I do hope you can accept my apologies and I wish you well for the future,” it read.

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