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MasterChef Australia guest Gordon Ramsay reveals sacrifices he’s made

When MasterChef contestant Chloe Carroll broke down on Monday night’s episode over missing her son’s first day of school, Gordon Ramsay could relate.

The 51-year-old revealed that he too had made sacrifices to get to achieve great success, and that it ‘killed him’ to do so.

‘Chloe, everybody needs to sacrifice to get to the top. That’s life. This competition’s a phenomenon,’ he told the weeping cook. 

A chef’s regrets? The 51-year-old revealed that he too had made sacrifices to get to the top, and that it ‘killed him’ to do so

He went on: ‘The rewards at the top are extraordinary. I can give you 25 examples of what I’ve missed with my four kids over the last 10 years. And it kills me.’ 

The Hell’s Kitchen star concluded that the rewards are worth the struggle. 

‘But you get to a certain level of success in life, and there’s a price to pay for that. So park that and continue on that journey,’ Gordon concluded.   

The chef has four children with wife Tana, Megan, 20, 18-year-old twins Jack and Holly, and Matilda, 16. 

Knows how she feels: When MasterChef contestant Chloe Carroll broke down on Monday night's episode over missing her son's first day of school, Gordon Ramsay could relate

Knows how she feels: When MasterChef contestant Chloe Carroll broke down on Monday night’s episode over missing her son’s first day of school, Gordon Ramsay could relate

Long road: 'Chloe, everybody needs to sacrifice to get to the top. That's life. This competition's a phenomenon,' he told the weeping cook

Long road: ‘Chloe, everybody needs to sacrifice to get to the top. That’s life. This competition’s a phenomenon,’ he told the weeping cook

He went on: 'The rewards at the top are extraordinary. I can give you 25 examples of what I've missed with my four kids over the last 10 years. And it kills me'

He went on: ‘The rewards at the top are extraordinary. I can give you 25 examples of what I’ve missed with my four kids over the last 10 years. And it kills me’

Gordon’s tender confession is out of character for the normally fiery cook, known for his angry outbursts.    

Fans of MasterChef Australia, on which the British chef is guest starring this week, have been left confused by his mild manner.  

Although he dropped a few bleeped F-bombs, the Hell’s Kitchen star was kind to the amateur cooks, showering their meals with compliments.

Happily wed: The chef has four children with wife Tana, Megan, 20, 18-year-old twins Jack and Holly, and Matilda, 16

Happily wed: The chef has four children with wife Tana, Megan, 20, 18-year-old twins Jack and Holly, and Matilda, 16

 Nice guy? Fans of MasterChef Australia , on which the British chef is guest starring this week, have been left confused by his mild manner

 Nice guy? Fans of MasterChef Australia , on which the British chef is guest starring this week, have been left confused by his mild manner

Viewers took to Twitter in droves to collectively scratch their heads over Gordon’s warm behaviour, which included offering advice instead of his customary yelling. 

One fan Tweeted:  ‘It’s an act people! Gordon is secretly really nice! (at least on #MasterChefAU anyway)’.  

One fan lamented: ‘Why isn’t Gordon saying how s**t stuff is? It’s the only reason I’m watching’. 

 Grouchy: Viewers took to Twitter in droves to collectively scratch their heads over Gordon's warm behaviour, which included offering advice instead of his customary yelling

 Grouchy: Viewers took to Twitter in droves to collectively scratch their heads over Gordon’s warm behaviour, which included offering advice instead of his customary yelling



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