Gordon Ramsay's 12-year old daughter Tilly is following in her father's footsteps. The pre-teen adores cooking and is spending her summer vacation gearing up to host her very own cooking show.
The show is currently being shot in the United States will be aired on the British children's channel CBBC sometime in the next two years, The Daily Mail reports.
Tilly isn't the only Ramsay working on the project. In fact, her 13-year old brother Jack will help film while his twin sister Holly will be in charge of sound. No word yet on whether dad will make a few cameos.
Ramsay, who previously announced he won't be returning to Kitchen Nightmares next season, is very supportive of his daughter's culinary ambitions. “There’s quite a lot of rivalry in our house, especially when it comes to cooking. Tilly’s a very good cook. In fact, she is the number one in the household.”
Although the chef is known for having a foul mouth, there is one rule Ramsay is adamant about: no cursing. "Tilly’s only 12 and she’s a sweetheart, so of course she won’t be swearing. I have told her that they are not clever words but sometimes they just slip out.''
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