Holly Ramsay follows in fiery dad Gordon’s footsteps by launching a new career as a TikTok chef – despite admitting ‘I can’t cook, but I can plate things nicely’
For decades she has watched her father cook on television, and now Holly Ramsay is following in her dad’s footsteps and launching herself as a high profile chef.
But instead of appearing on mainstream television, the 23-year-old will instead show off her culinary delights on TikTok.
Ramsay shared her plans for a series called Trying This Cooking Thing with her 3000 followers on the social media platform on Wednesday.
In the first video, a puzzled Ramsay slowly deciphers how to make focaccia bread from a recipe read off her laptop – a far cry from her father’s attitude in the kitchen.
Another video shows her going into detail on how to make bruschetta and she admitted: ‘It’s no secret that I can’t cook but I can plate things nicely.’
Here we go: For decades she has watched her father cook on television, and now Holly Ramsay is following in her dad’s footsteps and launching herself as a high profile chef
She wrote: ‘I do not go a day without eating this on toast. It has to be Gail’s bakery-seeded sourdough.’
The eldest of Ramsay’s five children, her official job title is as ‘Model and Influencer’ with her TikTok account dedicated to sharing her expensive outfits and flashy holidays to New York and South Korea.
It comes after her boyfriend, the Olympic gold medallist Adam Peaty, had a bust-up with Team GB teammate, Luke Greenbank at a training camp last week.
The 28-year-old was left needing stitches for a gash above his left eye after he slapped Greenbank on the bottom and made a ‘cocky quip’ about his girlfriend.
Peaty and Ramsay are rumoured to have been seeing each other since November and met on the set of Strictly when her younger sister Tilly, 21, appeared on the show in 2021.
TV presenter and influencer, Tilly, also followed in her father’s footsteps and started cooking but in a more professional capacity than her older sister.
The 21-year-old boasts 1million Instagram followers and has become heavily involved in her father’s cooking school – The Gordon Ramsay Academy – teaching lessons such as how to make overnight oats.
Celebrities’ children turning to cooking on social media is a path well-trodden by the likes of Brooklyn Beckham.
First time for everything: In her first video, Ramsay slowly deciphers how to make focaccia bread from a recipe read off her laptop – a far cry from her father’s attitude in the kitchen
Controversy: It comes after her boyfriend, the Olympic gold medallist Adam Peaty, had a bust-up with Team GB teammate, Luke Greenbank at a training camp last week
After trying his hand at photography, the 24-year-old began sharing cooking tutorials on his social media pages.
But the business venture was not well-received and his videos have become the subject of much ridicule on the internet with many people branding them ‘boring’ and ‘pointless’.
Mockery towards Brooklyn began in 2021 when he went on the Today show to promote his videos by cooking a full-English sandwich – a recipe his ‘grandmother taught him’ – which looked less-than-appetising.