- Publish Date
- Monday, 13 November 2023, 9:20AM
The Ramsay brood has just become a little bigger!
Gordon Ramsay and his wife Tana Ramsay revealed on Instagram that they have welcomed their sixth child, a baby boy named Jesse James Ramsay.
The celebrity chef was the first to share the news, posting three pictures on social media of the Ramsay crew’s latest addition.
“What an amazing birthday present. Please welcome Jesse James Ramsay. 7lbs 10oz, whopper,” the Kitchen Nightmares host, who turned 57 on Wednesday, captioned the post. “One more bundle of love to [add to] the Ramsay brigade!! Three boys, three girls… Done.”
Along with their sweet baby boy, Gordon and Tana share five children — daughter Megan, 25, twins Jack and Holly, 23, daughter Matilda “Tilly”, 22, and son Oscar, 4.
In the candid snaps, Gordon can be seen giving the little one a kiss on the forehead as Tana holds him. He also posted a couple of photos of Tana excitedly grinning next to little Jesse.
Tana shared the same pictures on her own Instagram account, as well as a snap of their baby meeting his older brother Oscar.
“It’s been a nerve-racking nine months, but we’ve made it, and we have been blessed with this little bundle,” Tana captioned the post. “[The] Ramsay family [is] definitely complete. Jesse James Ramsay, we love you so much.”
A representative for Gordon did not immediately respond to PEOPLE magazine’s request for comment.
Gordon got candid with PEOPLE in September about how his wife wanted another baby, revealing at the time that she was looking to have “another one” at some point.
“I’m going to be at school celebrating sports day with a f***ing walker!” the chef quipped. “’Hey, who’s your granddad?’ ‘That’s my dad, actually.’”
“So I’m not too sure how many knee hip replacements [I’ll have had] by the time they get [to] 21, but I’m going to try,” Gordon said.
Tana also revealed in an interview with PEOPLE that she wanted a big family.
“I’m one of four, Gordon’s one of four, so it’s sort of second nature to me,” she shared.
- Written by the NZ Herald and republished here with permission
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