Gordon Ramsay shows off his dance moves in Cornwall in hilarious video

Gordon Ramsay shows off his dance moves on the beach in Cornwall in hilarious video… after showing off his ‘£50K’ swimming pool at £4.4 million Cornish home

He’s often caused controversy during his time in Cornwall.

But Gordon Ramsay was sure to delight fans with an amusing dance video he shared from the county via Instagram on Friday.

The professional chef, 53, put on an animated display as he danced delightedly to Nightcrawlers’ Push The Feeling On during an outing at the beach. 

Having fun: Gordon Ramsay, 53, showed off his dance moves on the beach in Cornwall in a hilarious video he shared via Instagram on Friday

Gordon was filmed by his kids who asked him what day it was before he started singing the hit song to declare it was Friday.

Getting into the groove of the song, Gordon then stepped out of the car as it slowly made its way across the beach and started throwing some shapes.

Gordon’s son Jack, 20, could be heard shouting encouragement to him as he did jumping jacks and other fun dance moves for the video.  

What a tune: The professional chef put on an animated display as he danced delightedly to Nightcrawlers’ Push The Feeling On during an outing at the beach


Delighted: Gordon was filmed by his kids who asked him what day it was before he started singing the hit song to declare it was Friday

Excited: Getting into the groove of the song, Gordon then stepped out of the car as it slowly made its way across the beach and started throwing some shapes


Showing off his moves: Gordon’s son Jack, 20, could be heard shouting encouragement to him as he did jumping jacks and other fun dance moves for the video

Meanwhile, on Saturday Gordon paid tribute to the staff of air ambulances who work tirelessly in Cornwall to help others, as he announced he and wife Tana are now ambassadors for the group.

The pair posed for snaps in front of the air ambulances and were also seen chatting with a critical care paramedic about the work they do.

In his caption, he wrote: ‘@tanaramsay and I are honoured to support the @cornwallairamb as ambassadors. 

‘I’ve always been in awe of the incredible work they do in #Cornwall to keep everyone safe. Keep up the great work guys Gx’

Supportive: On Saturday Gordon paid tribute to the staff of air ambulances who work tirelessly in Cornwall, as he announced he and wife Tana are now ambassadors for the group

Invested: The pair posed for snaps in front of the air ambulances and were also seen chatting with a critical care paramedic about the work they do

On Friday, Gordon shared a glimpse of his incredible new swimming pool at his £4.4 million holiday home in Cornwall.

The TV chef took to Instagram to share a snap of the pool with a transparent wall, which can cost up to £50,000, while holding his son Oscar, 15 months.

Gordon had demolishing the original five-bedroom mansion on the site to build two new properties there. 

Gordon has faced complaints from locals for demolishing his 1920’s clifftop home to build two new homes, with neighbours accusing him of bringing ‘Legoland to Cornwall.’

Wow! On Friday, Gordon shared a glimpse of his incredible new swimming pool at his £4.4 million holiday home in Cornwall

Posting the snap, Gordon penned the caption: ‘Off for an evening walk with @oscarjramsay.’

One of the swimming pool’s unique selling points comes from its transparent wall overlooking the stunning Celtic sea.

In a snap of Gordon’s sprawling new Cornish property, which underwent renovations earlier this year, the pool can be seen in the centre of the outside area. 

Gordon has faced backlash from locals for demolishing the original five-bedroom property that had been on the site in Rock, Cornwall, which he bought for £4.4 million in 2015. 

At the time, it was the second most expensive sale ever recorded in Cornwall and infuriated local residents.

The TV chef, originally from Johnstone, Renfrewshire, was granted planning permission by Cornwall Council to replace the 1920s property with a main house and a smaller second property, known as ‘The Garden House’.

The new house, has two kitchens, a swimming pool, a wine cellar and four en suite bathrooms, around 100 yards from the beach. Gordon was also given the green light to construct a three-bedroom grass-covered boathouse just a stone’s throw from water at high tide. 

 Splashing out: The TV chef was granted planning permission by Cornwall Council to replace the 1920s property with a main house and a second property, known as ‘The Garden House’

Nearly 20 people wrote to Cornwall Council to complain that the Garden House, about 25 metres from the shore, would spoil the designated area of outstanding natural beauty and damage other residents’ view.

The three-bedroom grass-covered Garden House, which also has a boat store, is being built just a stone’s throw from water at high tide.

Councillors gave the application the thumbs up on the basis that other properties were not overlooked.

At the time, a spokesperson for Ramsay tried to diffuse the row saying: ‘Gordon, Tana and the family are very much looking forward to spending time in their new home in Cornwall.

‘They are committed to contributing to, and delighted to be investing in, the future of the Cornish community they will hopefully be a part of for many years.’ 

Home: At the time, a spokesperson tried to diffuse the row saying: ‘They are committed to contributing to, and delighted to be investing in, the future of the Cornish community’

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