Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and his wife Tana Ramsay are expanding their already large family. They just announced that they will be expecting their fifth child later this year.
The hotheaded chef is also a caring father who filmed the New Year's Day announcement which came from the entire family. Each of their four older children appeared in an Instagram video simply captioned, "Exciting news! Happy new year from the Ramsay's!"
They all took turns wishing their viewers a happy New Year and the video ended with Tana showing off her already expanding baby bump. Check it out below.
This new baby will be joining much older siblings Matilda, 17, twins Jack and Holly, 19, and Megan, 20. Gordon and Tana will definitely have some helping hands with the new baby due to the age differences. It will also be a whole new experience for them as a family.
MSN reported on this wonderful news for Gordon and Tana who have been married since 1996. They welcomed their first child in 1999. While Gordon is known for his short temper in the kitchen, he must be a patient man to be going for a fifth child.
The whole family currently stars together on the CBBC show Matilda and The Ramsay Bunch which features their youngest daughter Matilda following her dad's footsteps and cooking a nice meal for her family based on a certain theme each episode. It's a hit and is going on its fifth season. We hope this new baby joins the cast as soon as they can.
This baby is a much-wanted addition for the whole family after the Ramsay's tragically suffered a miscarriage in 2016. In June of that year, Tana miscarried a baby at five months along. As expected, it was a devastating event for the entire family. This rainbow baby is much wanted and will undoubtedly be much loved.
We wish the Ramsay's all the best during this time and hope they have a happy and healthy pregnancy! What do you think of the age difference between this little Ramsay and the other four? Could you or would you be willing to start over after already raising children?
Let us know what you think in the comments!