Gordon Ramsay’s daughter Holly has just bought an £800,000 flat round the corner from her mum and dad in south London.
No doubt the 21-year-old model and fashion student was delighted with her first home in the British capital after flying the nest.
Close with her family, the famous offspring has chosen to live nearby to her parents’ London home.
The star chef and wife Tana were seen helping Holly move in recently to the two bedroom garden flat, according to reports.
One local told The Sun that the flat had been extensively renovated before her first day in her new home.
During lockdown, Holly resided at one of her dad’s sprawling properties in Cornwall with the rest of her family.
Rumours were swirling the student would be appearing on the latest summer series of Love Island, with bosses keen to sign her for the line-up.
However, it appears it hasn’t come to fruition as she didn’t appear in the line-up after Ramsay’s representative shutdown down the claims.
The Ramsay representative confirmed to The Mirror: “This is not true. Holly has no interest in joining the show although she has been approached many times.”
Father-of-five Ramsay, whose wife had a baby boy called Oscar two years ago, previously described life at home during lockdown as “mayhem”.
He said he had done “more cooking in the past two week than I have done in the past two years” when lockdown took effect.
The couple are also parents to daughters Megan, Matilda and son Jack.
Speaking at the time to Heart Breakfast, he said: “It is insane. The kids look at me in the morning and say ‘Dad what’s for breakfast’, ‘porridge,’ ‘and what about lunch, I like those sort of quesadillas’, ‘Can we have butter chicken for dinner?’.
“It’s insane. Yesterday they said, ‘Do you mind going down to the butchers to get a pound of lamb mince for Oscar’s shepherd’s pie?’”
The cook, whose restaurants have won more than a dozen Michelin stars, became famous for his fiery temper when he appeared in a 1999 documentary called Boiling Point.