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Gordon Ramsay, renowned British chef, restaurant owner and television presenter, made headlines for a statement that generated divided opinions.

The media chef, who has been awarded 17 Michelin stars, revealed that He does not intend to leave his fortune to any of his children. He also explained the reasons behind his decision.

During an interview with The Telegraph, Ramsay shared some of the strict rules his children must follow. so that they are aware of the value of money and hard work.

“Don’t sit with us in first class when we travel. They haven’t worked hard enough to pay for that.” said Ramsay, who is the third-richest chef in the world with a fortune of $220 million.

“I turn left with Tana and they turn right and I tell the flight attendant, ‘make sure those little ones don’t come near us, I want to sleep on this plane.’ I worked my ass off to sit close to the driver and you appreciate it more when you’ve earned it.”he added.

His children have learned to work and save from a very young age, despite living surrounded by luxuries

On the other hand, he revealed that his children have learned to work and save from a young age regardless of the luxuries that surround them. Thus, they can afford necessities such as clothing, transportation, phone bills, and streaming platforms.

The reason behind the strict rules that he imposes on his children is, of course, encourage work among them and that they learn to value effort and the possibilities of growth.

Who is Gordon Ramsey

Gordon James Ramsay was born in Scotland on November 8, 1966. Throughout his gastronomic career he has been awarded 17 Michelin stars, of which he currently maintains seven.

In addition to his culinary skills, Ramsay is known for hosting cooking television shows and reality shows in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Among the best known are Hell’s Kitchen, The F Word, Kitchen Nightmares and the US version of MasterChef.

According to Wikipedia, Gordon’s first restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, maintains three Michelin stars and was the best in London for eight years. In 2008 he lost that status to Petrus, a restaurant run by one of his former protégés, Marcus Wareing.