Gordon Ramsay is known for his blunt manner on TV, but it seems thesedays the celebrity chef is showing off his softer side.
In a recent interview, Gordon opened up about his emotional reaction to the birth of this fifth child Oscar earlier on this year.
‘I cried my f****** eyes out,’ he said. "She has thrombophilia (a tendency to blood clots), so a caesarean is a big operation. Everyone thinks it’s easy but it’s not."
"Ed Sheeran was playing and I just turned the volume up because I was like, 'Holy mackerel, look what’s going on here,’" he revealed.
"They had to get the clamp on him because his shoulder got stuck. So it was scary. I fell back into the chair and I fainted. They said, 'Tana’s fine, I think it’s you we need to look after next.'"
"What an amazing performance by Tana. I realised that men are weak and we’ve got it easy. I panicked. It’s very rare that I panic. Scary."
Gordon finished off by saying he's 'way more hands-on' with his kids these days, and even said he can now change a nappie 'in like 52 seconds'.