Gordon Ramsay has shared a hilarious TikTok video in which he swaps clothes with his daughter as a part of a viral challenge.
Despite facing backlash from neighbours at his Cornish second home, Gordon Ramsay appears to be enjoying spending some good quality time with his family during the coronavirus lockdown. He even posted a hilarious video on Saturday in which he and his daughter Matilda (Tilly) complete a TikTok challenge.
The celebrity chef took part in the Flip The Switch challenge which has been become somewhat of a trend on TikTok. In the video, we see Gordon swap clothes with his daughter Tilly, 18, whilst isolating in their £4 million home.
In the video, we see the 53-year-old preparing what is sure to be a delicious dish in his fancy kitchen and his daughter Tilly appears to be helping him by sprinkling what appears to be pepper into the pan.
Suddenly, the scene is cut and when it returns, Gordon is wearing Tilly’s white frilled dress and his daughter is wearing his red hoodie.
Gordon captioned the post: “How @tillyramsay and I prepared before today’s live…. #fliptheswitch #tiktok.”
As the UK went under lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, Gordon and wife Tana, 45, decided to travel down to their second home in Cornwall to quarantine back in March. Along with his wife came daughter Megan, 22, twins Jack and Holly, 20, Matilda and son Oscar, 12 months.
However, the Hell’s Kitchen star angered his Cornish neighbours as they claimed he had ‘brought the virus with him’ after he moved his family to the mansion.
Despite the criticism, Gordon did not actually break the government’s rules as he and his family retreated to their Cornish home at the beginning of the lockdown.
A friend of the Ramsay family hit back at the harsh criticism, stating it was a “hurtful and unnecessary campaign” against the family, as they are known to spend a lot of time there.
The source told Metro: “The family see Cornwall as their family home when the kids are back from uni and Gordon back from filming around the world.
“It’s where they spend all their family time together, they’ve been spending time there for 10 years and Jack actually lives in the house there full time too.
They added: “Most of their neighbours are so welcoming and they love being part of the community.
“They’ve been following the government advice, along with the rest of the country, since they arrived on 20 March and the campaign against them is hurtful and unnecessary at a time when we should all be coming together and supporting each other.”