Gordon Ramsay shows off stunning views from his incredible new swimming pool as he relaxes at £4.4m Cornwall home – The Sun

GORDON Ramsay couldn't resist showing off the stunning beach views from his incredible new pool.

The TV chef, 53, shared a glimpse of his newly-renovated pool and the idyllic Cornish sea views beyond it in his Instagram Stories.

Gordon started off the video – captioned "wow" – by capturing the pool's crystal clear waters, before panning down to the landscaped garden leading to the beach below.

"Now that is what I call a August bank holiday, look at that! Beautiful," the father-of-five remarked.

The TV star then zoomed in on the sprawling white beach, commenting: "Porthilly beach which has some of the most delicious oysters and mussels anywhere in the world.

"Simply stunning. How could you not love Cornwall?"

Gordon and his family rounded off their bank holiday weekend with a boat trip, where they were followed by dolphins.

And on Monday morning, the chef was back on the beach to soak up the sun.

Last week, Gordon showed off his new pool, which is unique because it has one transparent wall that faces the Camel estuary.

The uber modern feature is a beautiful addition to his sprawling home in Rock.

Gordon stood in front of the majestic pool with baby Oscar on his shoulders and the pair even wore matching outfits.

He told fans: "Off for an evening walk with @oscarjramsay".

The pool can also be seen in aerial photos and sits in the centre of the property, which Gordon transformed last year.

The TV chef has a staggering three homes at his favourite seaside spot that amount to £10million, and each boasts lavish details like igloo cabins and waterfront views.

Gordon – who is reportedly set to score a multi-million pound deal with TikTok – moved to his £4million home in Cornwall earlier this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.

He spent lockdown there with wife Tana and their five children – Meghan, 21, 20-year-old twins Holly and Jack, Tilly, 17, and Oscar, one.

But furious villagers kicked off for fear that the Ramsays may have brought the deadly virus with them from London.


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