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Gordon Ramsay’s £7million mansion was lucky to escape death when a huge tree collapsed in his street

TV chef Gordon Ramsay had a lucky escape when a huge tree collapsed on his street during Cyclone Eunice – narrowly avoiding his £7million home

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Gordon Ramsay shows off a beautiful sunset at his Cornwall home

Gordon Ramsay’s £7million mansion in south-west London had an extremely lucky escape when Cyclone Eunice swept through his neighbourhood.

A violent storm with winds of more than 75 km/h in the capital uprooted a huge tree outside his lavish home.

The tree appeared to cause damage when it crashed into a brick wall outside a neighbor’s property.

It means two of Gordon’s neighbors will have to deal with the damage done to their walls.

The mouth-watering movie chef regularly shares sneak peeks of the inside of his family’s home, including his £4.4million country diner in Cornwall.







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His neighbor’s wall was hit

The star has faced backlash from neighbors after moving into his Cornish residence just before lockdown rules forbade it – but locals accuse him of carrying the virus to their door.

The movie star owned a five-bedroom vacation home in 2015 and at the time it was the second most expensive home in Cornwall.

Gordon is returning to television this year with a new cooking show called Future Food Stars – which bears the bold FFS moniker and suits Gordon very well.

The program is supposed to simulate Probationer and will follow 12 food entrepreneurs battling for investment from the F Word star.

The show hasn’t even started airing yet but it’s already been teased for a second season on BBCwhile the rights to broadcast the show in the US were acquired by the Fox network in a reported “million-pound deal”.







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A source has revealed about the exciting new project, told The Sun on Sunday: “Gordon is super excited, because it’s the first time he’s had a show like this on television in the UK as well as the US, with Fox and BBC at the same time – it’s a big deal for him.

“He is looking forward to filming Stateside in the new year, where he has a home, and investing in the show’s winning US entrepreneur to add to his US portfolio.

“The Beeb producers are all very excited – the challenges in this series are quite epic, plus the personalities of all the contestants are huge.

“Combine that with American cinematography and it feels so much bigger and fresher than most TV shows on the box at the moment.”

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