GORDON Ramsay has given a glimpse inside his £12k a month London flat in Battersea Power Station.
The celebrity chef, 56, wife Tanya, 48, and their kids have lived in the luxury apartment since February 2022.
The couple decided to move elsewhere while work is being done on their £7m family mansion.
Over the past year they have given a sneak peek inside their pad on their youngest son Oscar's Instagram account.
The page boasts an impressive 312k followers and is run by his older sisters Tilly, 21, and Holly, 23.
Their apartment, located in southwest London, is absolutely incredible.
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The kitchen and dining room is a huge open space with an incredible view of the city.
It features a sleek grey table with matching chairs.
They also have a royal blue sofa to sit back and relax on.
Meanwhile their bathroom has light blue and navy tiled walls and gorgeous marble Herringbone flooring.
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Holly shared an adorable snap of Oscar smiling in the mirror ofwith a unicorn onesie on.
In May last year The Sun exclusively revealed that Gordon's mansion overhaul has been dragging nearly a year now, as workmen had to use hand-held tools.
The TV star won planning permission last July to increase the size of his basement, including an en-suite bedroom, while transforming the entire interior, including a master bedroom with dressing room, which takes up an entire floor.
Gordon and Tanya met back in 1992 and tied the knot four years later.
They share four kids.
Their oldest is Megan, 24, followed by twins Holly and Jack, 23, and Tilly.
They welcomed Oscar into the world in 2019.
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