Gordon Ramsay and son Oscar
Gordon’s son Oscar is following in his footsteps (Picture: Getty/Instagram)

It looks like Gordon Ramsay’s youngest son Oscar might just be following in his father’s footsteps of becoming a professional chef.

And we are totally okay with this.

Taking to Instagram, Gordon shared a photo of the youngster playing with his own toy kitchen, and we’re a bit jealous of his pretty impressive setup.

The display included an oven, kitchen utensils, spoons and pastry cutters, and even a kettle, which Oscar proudly held onto.

‘Cuppa Tea anyone!’ Gordon wrote. ‘@oscarjramsay is in the kitchen.’

Fans in the comments are adamant he could be a budding cook when he’s older, with one writing: ‘This man will grow up to judge the f*** outta your food (sic).’

Another said: ‘No doubting his heritage.’

Gordon Ramsay's son Oscar
Oscar has an impressive toy kitchen set (Picture: Instagram)

Meanwhile, some were in awe at how much the tot looked like his famous dad.

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‘Wow little Gordon for sure,’ a follower commented.

Gordon Ramsay and his wife and children
Gordon has been spending lockdown with his wife and children in their Cornwall holiday home (Picture: Instagram)

Gordon is currently spending quarantine with Oscar alongside wife Tana Ramsay and their other children: Megan, Holly, Jack and Matilda. The family relocated to their holiday home in Cornwall just as the lockdown began.

The 53-year-old had previously paid tribute to Oscar as he celebrated his first birthday back in April, in a sweet tribute shared on social media.

Posting a photo of him carrying his son on his shoulders, he wrote: ‘Happy happy 1st birthday to this little boy have a great day Oscar love you daddy.’

Gordon has kept himself busy by teaming up with Ant and Dec to lead the mental health campaign Britain Get Talking for a special advertisement, where they reinforced the importance of staying connected during these difficult times.

Other stars who took part in the campaign include Phillip Schofield, Holly Willoughby and David Walliams.   

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