Who is Tana Ramsay
Cayetana Elizabeth Hutchenson was born on 23 August 1974, in Croydon, Surrey, England, and is a broadcaster as well as an author, but probably better known for being the wife of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. Her husband is one of the most influential chefs from the UK, with his restaurants having been awarded 16 Michelin stars.
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The Riches of Tana Ramsay
Tana Ramsay has earned considerable wealth thanks to success in her various endeavors such as on television and in publishing cookbooks. She has a net worth estimated to be over $45 million, but part of which she likely enjoying is thanks to her husband who has a net worth estimated to be over $190 million.
Early Life and Career
While Tana was born in Croydon, her family later moved to Kent where she was raised on a farm. Her father is a businessman and for many years she worked under her father before deciding to pursue a career in education, and eventually trained to become a Montessori schoolteacher. Later on she retired from teaching, and followed her husband in his career endeavors, taking advantage of the attention afforded to her by their marriage.
In 2010, she made an appearance in the television show “Dancing on Ice” in which she partnered with professional skater Stuart Widdall. The show features celebrities and figure skating professionals performing in front of a panel of judges; they managed to make it to the fourth week before being eliminated. In recent years, she’s been a presenter of the TV food show “Market Kitchen”, which features seasonal cooking, including visits to a local market to obtain produce only available during that season. She has also appeared alongside her husband in the American version of “MasterChef”, and in her daughter’s show entitled “Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch”, which aired on CBBC.
Husband – Gordon Ramsay
At a young age, Gordon wanted to pursue a career in football/soccer, but he was often derailed through injuries. Despite that, he continued to try and make it to the professional scene, but seriously injured his knee at one point, tearing a cruciate ligament as he tried to continue to train after smashing his knee. He was later released by his team Rangers, abutat around this time, he had already set his sights on cooking.
He studied hotel management at North Oxfordshire Technical College, and after completing his degree worked at Wroxton House Hotel as a commis chef. Due to difficult circumstances with the owner, he moved to London and worked in a series of restaurants before settling at Harveys under the temperamental Marco Pierre White. After more than two years of work there, he grew tired, and decided to learn more about French cuisine, working at Le Gavroche for Albert Roux. He was then sent to Paris to work with Michelin-star chef Guy Savoy who would become his mentor. He worked there for several years, before the stress led him to take a break from it all. He was hired to work on a private yacht, which travelled to Italy, where he learned more about the country’s cuisine.
Gordon Ramsay’s Success
With his return to being a chef, his career went upward, with numerous achievements in the field. His restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin stars in total, and he currently holds seven, which makes him one of the top chefs in the world. He has not gone lower than three Michelin stars since 2001, and his signature restaurant is called Restaurant Gordon Ramsay located in Chelsea, London.
In 1998, he made his television debut in the miniseries “Boiling Point”, which would establish him as a television personality. On television he often depicts himself as very strict with a fiery temper and a constant use of expletives. He often makes blunt comments, including insults towards the cooking abilities of the people he works with. Some of the shows he worked on include “Hell’s Kitchen” and “MasterChef”. Outside of television, he does a lot of food industry work, and promotes the work of various chefs who worked under him. Despite his temper, he’s known to be more sensitive and patient towards children.
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Tana married Gordon Ramsay in 1996 in London; they have five children together with their fifth born after a miscarriage in 2016. In an interview, her husband admitted that they had trouble conceiving due to her being afflicted with polycystic ovarian syndrome. The syndrome occurs due to elevated male hormones in women, which leads to heavy periods, excessive hair, difficulty getting pregnant, and even a lack of menstrual periods. It has no cure, so treatment advised for it involves lifestyle changes such as weight loss and exercise. Birth control pills are also used to help improve the regularity of periods.
Her husband mentions that they maintain a semi-competitive form of exercise for their well-being; this came from his experience seeing unfit chefs having difficulty moving around quickly in the kitchen. Her husband competes regularly in marathons, triathlons, and ironman competitions, though she does not share the same competitiveness. He’s also been involved in numerous feuds with chefs, critics\, and journalists, though she has done her best to stay out of it, preferring to just support her husband in the background while raising their children.
During their free time, they do charity work, and have worked with UNICEF, VSO, and the Scottish Spina Bifida Association.