Gordon Ramsay's brutal comments about daughter Megan's "pathetic" boyfriend

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  • Gordon Ramsay
    Gordon Ramsay
    British chef
Photo credit: Instagram /Gordon Ramsay
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Gordon Ramsay has made his opinion of daughter Megan's boyfriend very clear, calling him "pathetic" in a live TV interview.

The chef appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show this week [6 January], and opened up about his five children - Megan, 23, twins Holly and Jack, 21, Tilly, 19, and Oscar, two.

"I just want the girls to be looked after, and them to look after each other so you're always anxious about that," he began, referencing Megan, Holly and Tilly. "I did something really bad last week. Megan started seeing her ex-boyfriend again and his name's Byron... He was ok to begin with, a little bit wet."

Gordon continued (via Mail Online), "You want a man to date your daughter and he was just a little bit pathetic.. I kid you not, I found out his telephone number from our youngest daughter Tilly.

"She gave me it and said, 'Dad don't do anything...' and I said, 'No, just give me, if anything's wrong I need his number on my phone'. So I waited to find out when they were having dinner together and I FaceTimed him. He answered the phone and the thing was shaking.

"I said, 'Bryron, it's me! Not your future father in law, you little f**k!' Megan leant over and pushed and cut me off, which was so rude! I was just in the middle of having a proper chat."

Blimey. Some fans have criticised Gordon for his use of language, pointing out the gendered and potentially harmful use of language like 'you want a man to date your daughter' and 'wet'.

Either way, we wouldn't want to answer a telephone call from him now.

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