Gordon Ramsay's Baby Son Oscar Steals Hearts in Cute Graduation Cap & Gown Following His Completed Sensory Classes
Gordon Ramsay's wife, Tana, recently warmed the hearts of her followers when she shared a cute photo of her son rocking a graduation outfit.
"Hell's Kitchen" chef, Gordon Ramsay, and his wife, Tana, welcomed his fifth child, Oscar, in April 2019, and since then, the couple has remained besotted with the toddler.
"Graduation day! Baby Sensory class for Oscar, thank you Julia @babysensoryrichmond your Wandsworth classes were fabulous..."
Although the post's caption was sweet, what caught the eyes of Tana's followers was how adorable the baby boy looked in his graduation outfit.
Matilda is not the only one bringing joy to Gordon and Tana, especially since they took the time to celebrate Oscar's graduation from Baby Sensory classes.
The tot appeared to be rocking a red top under his green graduation gown, which came with a similar colored hat. Oscar finished his look off with a "Superman" doll, which he held in his arms as he stared straight at the camera.
The famous chef, who is also the father to Megan, twins Jack and Holly, and Matilda, had shared that even though he loved his children, he wouldn't hire them if they wanted to follow in his path.
That admission led many to wonder what would happen to Matilda after Hello Magazine divulged that she had already shown interest in becoming a chef.
With that goal in mind, the 18-year-old had landed a show on CBBC known as, "Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch," which paid attention to her cooking her family meals during their summers in Los Angeles.
The show became so successful that Matilda ended up publishing a cookbook and feature in a segment with "Gordon on This Morning."
Huffington Post previously explained that the Baby Sensory program was created to stimulate, educate, and offer memories for babies during the first year of their life.
During each class, teachers are expected to go through a detailed lesson plan which has been designed to stimulate babies' senses, movements, and development going forward.