Gordon Ramsay’s daughters Matilda and Megan have jetted off to Dubai to enjoy a sun-soaked holiday amid the coronavirus crisis.
The presenter, 19, and her sister, 22, appeared to be in good spirits as they spent the day by the pool at their luxury resort in the United Arab Emirates over the weekend.
Tilly looked sensational in a plunging black bikini as she posed for sizzling snaps she shared with her followers via Instagram.
Holiday! Gordon Ramsay’s daughter Matilda looked sensational in a plunging black bikini on Sunday as she enjoyed a sun-soaked break away in Dubai with sister Megan
Tilly’s swimwear had a plunging neckline to show off a glimpse of her cleavage, while the tie-detailing on her bikini bottoms accentuated her slender figure.
She styled her blonde locks into a sleek, straight style, while she opted to embrace her natural beauty by not wearing any make-up.
In one snap Tilly was seen lounging on a beach towel, while in another she enjoyed a refreshing drink by the pool.
Glam: Tilly’s swimwear had a plunging neckline to show off a glimpse of her cleavage, as they spent the day by the pool at their luxury resort in the United Arab Emirates over the weekend
Delighted: Megan shared a similar snap as she sat by the pool at their picturesque resort, and smiled to the camera while she soaked up the sun
Megan shared a similar snap as she sat by the pool at their picturesque resort, and smiled to the camera while she soaked up the sun.
In her post she shared on Saturday, Matilda wrote: ‘Fell asleep in London and woke up in Dubai so please excuse my tired eyes.’
In November, Gordon returned to his second home in Cornwall with his family after England’s four-week lockdown came into force earlier that month.
The chef and Tana are parents to Megan, twins Holly and Jack, 20, Tilly, and little Oscar, 19 months.
Gordon caused fury among Cornish locals in March after relocating during the coronavirus crisis despite the Government urging Britons not to travel from hotspots to the countryside.
He was heavily criticised by neighbours who had claimed that he had ‘brought the virus with him’ after moving his family to the mansion.
However, the chef and his family had retreated to their second home at the start of the lockdown, which was not against the government guidelines at the time.
Outrage: Gordon caused fury among Cornish locals after relocating in March despite the Government urging Britons not to travel from hotspots to the countryside amid the pandemic
But the TV presenter was later spotted a number of times on long excursions – at a time when outings were limited to an hour a day.
He kept fit and set out on extensive cycles while staying in the area but caused rage after celebrating one lengthy ‘26.2 miles’ outing.
The chef was accompanied in Cornwall in the first lockdown by his wife Tana and three of their five children – Jack, Matilda, and Oscar.
Family: However, the chef and his family (pictured) had retreated to their second home at the start of the lockdown, which was not against the government guidelines at the time
And he also landed in hot water with the local coastguard, who were said to have issued an official warning to him over his apparent flouting of lockdown guidelines.
Sources indicated at the time that he had been seen in Rock, Fowey, Port Isaac and Newquay – some distance from his £4million home in Trebetherick.
A source at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, whose officers and volunteers carry out regular patrols of the beaches and coastal paths, said at the time: ‘We have reports of him being seen in dozens of different places since lockdown started.
Keeping fit: During the first lockdown, he caused anger with Cornish locals after setting out on a number of extensive cycles – even celebrated one ‘26.2 mile’ outings
‘He does not seem to be obeying the rules regarding social distancing, exercise and staying at home.
‘We are aware of him having travelled to Port Isaac, which is eight miles away from his home, to Newquay, which is 23 miles away, and even at his third Cornish home in Fowey, which is 25 miles away and a 45-minute drive on a good day.
‘One of our staff spoke to him about the frequency with which he was being seen out and about, and the significant distances. After a period of reflection, he seemed to calm himself and took on board what was being conveyed in a most polite manner.’
Long trip: Sources indicated at the time that he had been seen in Rock, Fowey, Port Isaac and Newquay – some distance from his £4million home in Trebetherick