Gordon Ramsay shows off his muscular physique in a black T-shirt as he leaves his Lucky Cat restaurant with a girlfriend
He is a fitness enthusiast who keeps in shape by running and swimming regularly, and has famously competed in several marathons.
And Gordon Ramsay showed off the fruits of his labor and glimpsed his muscular arms in a black T-shirt as he left his Lucky Cat restaurant in London’s Mayfair on Thursday.
The chef, 54, was accompanied by a colleague as they descended the steps of the eatery after a meeting before being driven off in a chauffeured Range Rover.
Looks good: Gordon Ramsay glimpsed his muscular arms in a black T-shirt as he left his Lucky Cat restaurant in London’s Mayfair on Thursday with a girlfriend
Gordon paired his top with black jeans and black trainers and didn’t have a shoe brace he’d recently worn.
Meanwhile, his friend opted for a simple black tank top and pink floral pants when she left with the TV personality.
MailOnline has reached out to Gordon’s representatives for comment.
There he goes: The chef, 54, and his colleague walked down the cafeteria steps after a meeting before being driven off in a chauffeured Range Rover
It comes after Gordon was pictured wearing a shoe brace in a new photo — but it’s not clear what caused the injury.
Gordon posed in no time with artist Michael Turner and a giant stainless steel statue of a gorilla, for which he paid £40k.
The huge sculpture will be in it his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant in central London – gGuests can eat together with the gorilla in the main dining room.
The Hell’s Kitchen frontman was attracted to the two-meter-tall masterpiece “as a fellow Alpha male,” says sculptor Michael Turner.
Colorful: Meanwhile, his friend and colleague opted for a simple black tank top and pink floral pants when she left with the TV personality
Michael, who started sculpting at 21 and using recycled metals to create fantastic steel animal artworks, has revealed he was stunned when Gordon paid him £40,000 for the uncommissioned piece.
Other impressive works by the 45-year-old include a full-size Arabian horse that sold for nearly £70,000, a velociraptor that cost £45,000 and a tiger that cost £60,000.
The purchase comes after news broke that Gordon had secured a new show with the BBC entitled Future Food Stars.
Rolling in dough: Gordon Ramsay was wearing a shoe brace when it was revealed he had splashed £40k on a giant gorilla sculpture of a ‘fellow alpha male’ for his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant in London – pictured with the sculpture and artist Michael Turner
Power pose: guests can eat next to the giant stainless steel gorilla statue in the main dining room of the restaurantzaal
It involved 12 entrepreneurs hoping to receive a life-changing investment in a restaurant. Reports have indicated that the show will have a similar format to The Apprentice.
A nod to Gordon’s potty mouth, the show’s acronym FFS is a play on words for the star’s iconic series The F Word, which helped him achieve fame.
A TV source revealed at the time that filming would begin in 2020 but were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic and moved to this summer instead.
Highly Skilled: Michael, who started sculpting at age 21 and using recycled metals to create fantastic steel animal artworks, has revealed he was stunned when Gordon paid him £40,000 for the uncommissioned piece