Gordon Ramsay has returned to Cornwall after he seemingly made a 500-mile round trip to London to launch a takeaway service at one of his pubs.
Gordon, wife Tana and their kids have spent lockdown in one of the family’s three Cornwall properties after leaving their pad in the capital at the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
But it seemed Gordon made a journey of nearly 250 miles across the country to return to London after a social media video posted on his Instagram page looked as though it had been filmed in his Wandsworth garden.
If Gordon was in the city, it looked like it might have been a work trip to oversee one of his pubs as it launched a new takeaway service.
He told followers that they could now eat from riverside gastropub The Narrow.
However, Gordon has now shared a snap of the sun setting over a beach, suggesting he’s back in Cornwall.
Mirror Online has contacted Gordon’s rep for comment.
Gordon’s initial trip to Cornwall was before the measures went into place, and as such did not constitute a breach of the rules.
However, a trip to a second home for the purpose of leisure during lockdown is forbidden.
The Ramsays have a three property portfolio in Cornwall, which add up to a staggering total of £10 million.
Gordon, Tana, Meghan, 21, Jack and Holly, 20, Tilly, 18 and Oscar, one, headed to one of these properties ahead of the lockdown announcement.
Furious social media posts were penned by locals for fear the Ramsays had brought the deadly bug with them from London.
A pal of Gordon’s hit back at rumours of discontent among neighbours, insisting the family did nothing wrong in fleeing to Cornwall.
“Most of their neighbours are so welcoming and they love being part of the community,” the friend said.
The house is just a stone’s throw from a picturesque, rugged beach, and boasts six bedrooms, four en-suite bathrooms, and two kitchens.