Gordon Ramsay's son Oscar perfects his dad's famous scowl as he gets a blow dry from mum Tana

GORDON Ramsay's son Oscar has perfected his dad's famous scowl as he received a blow dry from his mum Tana.

The one year old donned a grey and white horizontally striped onesie, as his mum dried is wet blond locks with a hairdryer.

The Oscar scowled to the side of the camera – providing his visage with a heavy brow that was the spitting image of dad Gordon.

A second photo, which formed part of the same post onto Oscar's Instagram page, showed the tot looking much more contented with dry hair, as his mum lovingly gazes on.

Oscar – or whoever is really behind the baby's account – captioned the post: "Not too sure about hairdryers.. but at least mum makes my hair look good ❤️❤️"

Oscar's thousands of fans were quick to comment their appreciation on the post.


One wrote: "OMG that face! What a dumpling".

While another, alluding to Gordon's reputation for fierceness in the kitchen with their emojis, wrote: "Such a look of Gordon 😡😡"

Another still commented: "quite possibly my favourite kid on the gram".

Dad Gordon has been in trouble recently for serving a £19 breakfast and tiny steak and a few chips for £23.

Last week a diner at chef Ramsay’s York and Albany restaurant in London moaned: “Five slices of meat with over salted fries. £23….

"Gordon you made a name giving advice on how to run a restaurant. Let me give you my advice.

“This is Covid time. Hospitality sector is in bad shape. Blatantly joking at your customers won't help your business. Two stars for the polite staff.”

The 53 year old then received another chewing from food fans for his mega-pricey Sunday lunch that costs £56 a head.

Sharing snaps of his Sunday lunch at the Savoy Grill in London on Instagram, fans found the single slice of beef, three roast potatoes, three carrots, plus broccoli and a Yorkshire pudding hard to stomach.

Gordon wrote: “Sunday’s at @SavoyGrillGordonRamsay roast sirloin of beef with all the trimmings… absolutely stunning!!”

One person said: “Is that a child’s portion?" While another asked: “Where’s the rest of it?”

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