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Gordon Ramsey sings before dip on Cornish beach

Gordon Ramsey sings before dip on Cornish beach

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 2:36pm 9th June 2020. (Updated at 1:05pm 10th June 2020)

Superstar chef Gordon Ramsey is clearly a huge fan of Cornwall.

The TV star owns numerous properties in the Duchy and has been enjoying life here during lockdown with his family.

He took to Instagram to share how blown away he was with the views at Daymer Bay,

Singing Wake Up It's A Beautiful Morning by the Boo Radleys, Gordon shared a video of the incredible location on his story.

"Look at that water. It's almost like a pond. Damn," he said.

"Now is a good time for another dip.

"Can you see how clear that water is?"

Gordon has been sharing pictures of his family's time in Cornwall on his Instagram, such as this cute photo on what appears to be the bike of Padstow-based chef Paul Ainsworth.

And this snap of his ready for a swim in Daymer Bay.

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