He’s a fitness fanatic who stays in shape with regular runs and swims and has famously competed in several marathons.
And Gordon Ramsay showed off the fruits of his labour, giving a glimpse of his toned arms in a black T-shirt as he left his Lucky Cat restaurant in London‘s Mayfair on Thursday.
The chef, 54, was joined by a female pal as they made their way down the steps of the eatery before being driven off in a chauffeur-driven Range Rover.
Looking good: Gordon Ramsay gave a glimpse of his toned arms in a black T-shirt as he left his Lucky Cat restaurant in London’s Mayfair with a female friend on Thursday
Gordon teamed his top with black jeans and black trainers and was without the boot brace he was recently snapped wearing.
Meanwhile, his friend opted for a simple black tank top and pink floral trousers as she left with the TV personality.
It comes after Gordon was pictured sporting a boot brace in a new picture – but it’s not clear what caused the injury.
Off he goes: The chef, 54, and his pal made their way down the steps of the eatery before being driven off in a chauffeur-driven Range Rover
Gordon was posing with artist Michael Turner and a gigantic, stainless steel statue of a gorilla in the snap, which he has paid £40k for.
The huge sculpture will sit in his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant in Central London – guests will be able to eat alongside the gorilla in the main dining area.
The Hell’s Kitchen frontman was attracted to the two-metre masterpiece ‘as a fellow Alpha male’, claims sculpture artist Michael Turner.
Colourful: Meanwhile, his friend opted for a simple black tank top and pink floral trousers as she left with the TV personality
Michael, who began sculpting aged 21 and uses recycled metals to create fantastic steel artworks of animals, has revealed he was stunned when Gordon paid him £40,000 for the non-commissioned piece.
Other impressive works by the 45-year-old include a full-sized Arabian horse which sold for nearly £70,000, a velociraptor that went for £45,000 and a tiger priced at £60,000.
The purchase comes after news broke that Gordon had secured a new show with the BBC, titled Future Food Stars.
Rolling in dough: Gordon Ramsay was sporting a boot brace as it was revealed he has splashed £40k on a ‘fellow Alpha male’ gigantic gorilla sculpture for his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant in London – pictured with the sculpture and artist Michael Turner
Power pose: Guests will be able to eat alongside the gigantic, stainless steel statue gorilla in the main dining area of the restaurant
Involving 12 entrepreneurs hoping to receive a life-changing restaurant investment, reports revealed the show will follow a similar format to The Apprentice.
A nod to Gordon’s potty mouth, the show’s acronym FFS is a play on words after the star’s iconic series The F Word which helped his rise to fame.
A TV source revealed at the time that filming was supposed to get underway in 2020, but was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and rescheduled for this summer instead.
Highly skilled: Michael, who began sculpting aged 21 and uses recycled metals to create fantastic steel artworks of animals, has revealed he was stunned when Gordon paid him £40,000 for the non-commissioned piece