Gordon Ramsay avoids watching Love Island in case his daughters are on the show

Gordon Ramsay has admitted he doesn’t watch Love Island for fear he will see one of his children in the villa.

The Next Level Chef host, 56, shares children Tilly, 21, Megan, 24, Holly, 23, Jack, 23, and Oscar, three, with wife Tana, 48.

But while Tilly has forged an onscreen career, appearing on the likes of Strictly Come Dancing, there’s one TV show he would hate to see her and her other siblings on.

On the topic of his telly tastes, the Kitchen Nightmares host confessed he wasn’t ‘good’ with watching gory A&E documentaries.

‘Especially when someone passes at the end of it,’ he added.

Equally, Gordon said that he doesn’t tune into Love Island, which is currently broadcasting its winter edition from South Africa and is hosted by Maya Jama, 28.

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He told Radio Times: ‘And Love Island thinking that, one day, one of my daughters is going to be on there without telling me. I don’t watch, just in case.’

However, that hasn’t stopped the TV chef from joking about his offspring appearing on the long-running reality series.

Last year, Holly, after shutting down rumours she was jetting off to find love in the villa, posted several sun-soaked bikini pictures in the pool.

‘Pool party for 1,’ she wrote in the caption, as Gordon commented: ‘I thought you were off to Love Island ? @hollyramsayy ❤️.’

It comes after Gordon appeared to announce his wife was pregnant again with their sixth child while promoting his new show.

Appearing on Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden, the chef teased that he might have ‘one more on the way’ when asked about how many children he had.

However, later in the day, it was confirmed that he was in fact joking, just in time for his family to hit the red carpet and be able to avoid any questions about a growing brood.

Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.

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