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Gordon Ramsay’s Open Letter To His Mother In Law In Full: Deliciously Sour Stuff

by | 9th, November 2010

GORDON Ramsay, the panicky botulism-faced TV chef, has written an open letter to his wife Tana Ramsay mother Greta Hutcheson not to sever links to his family.

Last month Ramsay sacked his father–in-law Chris from the family firm. Now Ramsay, vain to the last, writes a letter to his mother-in-law.

(No not his mum. He contacts her in public by phone – or not.)

Says he:

“This has to be one of the most painful letters I’ve ever had to write. Listening to Tana in floods of tears reading your letter… asking that she stays away from her family is so awfully wrong.”

Good to share, Gordon. And what better way to build bridges than by telling someone how wrong they are in the media? Feel. The. Love.

“I’m not expecting a birthday card, but your punishing your daughter and our four children, for all the wrong reasons, it’s so sad. She’s an amazing woman and you’ve been a fantastic mum… please don’t stop!”

Ramsay says Mr Hutcheson “suggested my mood swings were down to involvement with drugs; my God did that hurt. How dare he ever suggest this on the back of my frustration and dealings with my younger brother and his addiction.

Poor, poor Gordon. He really has suffered. And now he’s suffering in public. The foul-mouthed entertainer who called a woman a pig and was accused of having an affair with Sarah Symonds (he denies it) is repairing a family rift in  public.

What odds mum appreciates his efforts?



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