Tana Ramsay Biography | Tana Ramsay Job
Tana Ramsay (Cayetana Elizabeth Hutcheson) is an English author of books on cookery and a TV personality. She is also a Montessori-trained former schoolteacher.
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Cayetana Elizabeth Hutcheson was born on 23 August 1974 in Croydon, London, United Kingdom. She is 44 years old as of 2018.
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Ramsay was born in a family of five children to Greta Hutcheson, and Chris Hutcheson. She has two brothers; Adam Hutcheson, and Chris Hutcheson, and two sisters; Orlanda Butland, and Victoria Hutcheson.
Ramsay’s father was responsible for the business operations of Ramsay’s restaurant empire. On 7 June 2017, he was jailed for six months for conspiring to hack a computer system relating to the Ramsays’ business interests and was accused with Tana’s brothers of accessing company systems almost 2,000 times between 23 October 2010 and 31 March 2011.
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Tana married chef, restaurateur, and TV personality Gordon Ramsay in 1996.
Tana Ramsay Children
The couple has four children: daughters Megan and Matilda, and fraternal twins Jack and Holly. On 1 January 2019, the couple announced that they were expecting their fifth child.
Tana Ramsay Matilda Ramsay
Her daughter Matlda is an actress, television personality, and also a television chef and she has a show Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch on CBBC in which Tana has starred in since 2015.
Tana Ramsay Miscarriage
Her daughter Megan ran the London Marathon in 2017 in memory of the miscarriage Tana suffered five months into her pregnancy in June 2016.
Tana Ramsay Career
Tana appeared on the ITV show Dancing on Ice in 2010, partnered by professional skater Stuart Widdall, being eliminated in the fourth week. She has also been a presenter of UKTV’s food show Market Kitchen. She also appeared in the American version of cooking show MasterChef, co-hosted by her husband, Gordon Ramsay in 2014.
Tana Ramsay Cookbook | Tana Ramsay Books
- Tana Ramsay’s Family Kitchen: Simple and Delicious Recipes for Every Family
Tana Ramsay and Victoria Beckham | Tana Ramsay Birthday
On Tana’s birthday in 2018, she chose the Beckham clan to help celebrate her 43rd birthday as the famous families came together for an idyllic getaway in the Cotswolds. They enjoyed red wine and a sweet cake.
Tana Ramsay Net Worth
Gordon Ramsay’s wife net worth is not yet known.
Tana Ramsay Height
The Montessori-trained former schoolteacher stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in.
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Tana Ramsay News
Gordon Ramsay’s pregnant wife Tana,reveals blossoming baby bump as she prepares for the birth of her fifth child
Published: March 15, 2019
Tana Ramsay is expecting her fifth child with TV chef husband Gordon Ramsay.
Stepping on 15 March 2019, the soon to be mum of five – who already has children Matilda, twins Holly and Jack, and Megan, with her husband – was glowing as she reaches the final stages of her pregnancy.
She looked stylish as she dressed down for the occasion, going makeup-free for the day.
Revealing her beautiful baby bump, the stunning brunette sported a fitted striped T-shirt, teamed with a pair of black leggings and slouchy boots. Braving the blustery weather conditions, the TV chef’s wife completed her look with a fashionable loose-fit khaki jacket.
Gordon, and his wife Tana – who have been married for 22 years as of 2019 – revealed their exciting baby news in a video posted on celebrity chef Gordon’s Instagram page on New Year’s Day.
The Hell’s Kitchen star shared a video with his five million Instagram followers wishing them a happy New Year.
He captioned the video: “Exciting news ! Happy new year from all the Ramsay’s.”
In the sweet clip, Gordon and Tana’s four children each say ‘Happy New Year’, before the camera pans down to Tana’s baby bump, as she lovingly strokes it.
Gordon can be heard excitedly saying: “And guess what? Happy new year because we’ve got another one coming! Oh my lord!” The pair’s four children then cheer as Gordon pans the camera back around before it ends.
The exciting news comes two years after Tana suffered a devastating miscarriage at five months in June 2016.
Tana Ramsay Interview
I’m married to a chef but I do most of the cooking at home.
Gordon may well spend most of his day in the kitchen being creative but when he’s here he just wants simple food.
I grew up on a farm in Kent with my mum, dad, two brothers and sister. We had every animal you could imagine and my mum made everything on our dinner table, from the butter to the wine. I can remember her being up three or four times in the night during the lambing season. It was an idyllic childhood but I wouldn’t want to do what my mum did. It’s too hard.
When I had children I started cooking.
It was important to me to make everything from scratch, and I was lucky enough to be at home as a full-time mum. Gordon sometimes does give me tips for my cookery books and I always run my recipes by him, but I test them out on the kids’ school friends. They’re my
harshest critics but also my best. Kids speak the truth.
Before we had kids I was a teacher and loved it but I gave up working just before Megan was born.
Gordon was setting up his first restaurant and we couldn’t afford a nanny, so it was a given I’d stay at home. It’s true he’s never changed a nappy but Gordon was doing his thing with the business. We took on traditional roles and it worked for us. I decided to get back into the world of adult conversation when Tilly was 15-months-old.
Being a mum is all about making sure you’ve got towels that are all white and fluffy, or that’s what I imagined.
I soon found out the reality wasn’t like that. Gordon worked very long hours and I was on my own with four kids under the age of five. It was chaos and I’d often do the school run with sick down my top.
Certainly I’m no domestic goddess.
For me the most challenging period was when all of the children got chicken pox a week apart. But I like to think of those times as very real and I wouldn’t have had it any other way.
You’ve got to be strict and have a routine if you have kids so close together
Megan’s 12, twins Jack and Holly are 10 and Matilda’s eight. Really it’s the only way to get through it. And putting in the hard work in those early years pays off later. Now I can take them anywhere and know that I can trust them to behave. My teacher training helps and one thing I learned early on is the importance of kids being independent. All our children can load the dishwasher and make their own beds.
Gordon is the best daddy ever.
He’s at his most relaxed when he’s lying on the floor with our four kids crawling on him, or at the side of the football pitch. Being with the kids is his complete downtime and when they have friends over he’s like the Pied Piper of Hamelin. They all go running out into the garden to play together. Gordon’s amazing with them and I think he finds it harder than ever when he goes away for work. He hates not having the kids there with him.
He never swears at home.
Why would he? What you see on TV is Gordon when he’s at work in a stressful situation. Home is his relaxation and safe place.
I didn’t like Gordon when I first met him.
He was 26 and I was 18. I was engaged to one of his best friends, Tim. After we split up I got to know Gordon better and he grew on me. We knew fairly quickly it was quite serious but we trod carefully. He proposed to me the following summer in Florida, next to a lagoon where dolphins swam, and we married a year later.
We drive each other crazy but we banter and laugh a lot about things.
Gordon is incredibly supportive of everything I do and when I doubt myself he pushes me.
It’s such an honour to be Tesco magazine’s Celebrity Mum of the Year.
I try to help where I can to raise money for charity. I think it’s important to do something that’s outside of your normal life. I started running marathons after Tilly was born and last year I did an event called Hell Runner – it’s a half marathon on a military ground, where you have to run through muddy bogs that look like vats of Guinness. It’s freezing but brilliant.
At the age of 18 I was very ill with meningitis.
It started with a headache but a few days later I felt pins and needles creeping from my feet up my body and I blacked out. My parents rushed me to hospital and I was in a coma for 24 hours. I was incredibly lucky but the experience was terrifying. As a mum, my biggest fear is that the same thing could happen to one of my children, which is why I’m also patron of the Meningitis Trust.
When I get the chance to get away my favourite holiday destination at the moment is the US.
Gordon and I both took August off last year and we rented the most incredible house in Malibu. We try to catch up with the Beckhams while we’re in Los Angeles. The kids are great friends and we always pick up where we left off with David and Victoria. They’re a lovely couple – a very normal mum and dad and the most hands-on parents.
I’m broody for another baby and Gordon would love another one.
But I’d feel such guilt that I wasn’t giving baby number five as much time as I gave the first four. I’m 35 now but if I still feel like this in a few years time, well, never say never.
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