Gordon Ramsay's children spend the day on their dad's boat

Gordon Ramsay’s children Jack, Tilly and Holly spend the day on their dad’s boat in Cornwall as they make the most of the Easter weekend

Gordon Ramsay’s children were seen driving their dad’s boat up the Cornish coastline as they made the most of the Easter weekend.

Tilly, 19, and twins Holly and Jack, both 21, were spotted jumping on a RIB with a pal before spending the afternoon out on the water.

The Ramsay’s own a holiday home in the seaside tourist hotspot and have spent much of lockdown at their rural retreat. 

Land ahoy: Gordon Ramsay’s children were seen driving their dad’s boat up the Cornish coastline as they made the most of the Easter weekend.

Despite the sunny climes, the offspring of Gordon, 54, and his wife Tana, 46, were wrapped up in hoodies while on motorised boat.

Jack could be seen standing at the front of the boat, wearing a pair of turquoise swimming shorts as he waved towards land.

Meanwhile their male pal was driving the boat, while sisters Holly and Tilly sat together at the back of the vessel. 

Seaside fun: Tilly, 19, and twins Holly and Jack, both 21, were spotted jumping on a RIB with a pal before spending the afternoon out on the water

Luxury living: The Ramsay’s own a holiday home in the seaside tourist hotspot and have spent much of lockdown at their rural retreat

Following their jaunt around the bay, the siblings and their pal could be seen hopping off the boat and heading up the jetty.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that as of March 29 people were allowed to travel to seaside locations to enjoy the outdoor spaces. 

It is currently still banned to stay overnight in another self-contained residence until April 12.  

Staying cosy: Despite the sunny climes, the offspring of Gordon, 54, and his wife Tana, 46, were wrapped up in hoodies while on motorised boat

Passengers: Meanwhile their male pal was driving the boat, while sisters Holly and Tilly sat together at the back of the vessel

Captain Jack: Jack could be seen standing at the front of the boat, wearing a pair of turquoise swimming shorts as he waved towards land

Gordon angered locals after relocating to his second home in Cornwall during the coronavirus crisis despite the Government urging Britons not to travel.

Last year, the star was spotted a number of times taking long excursions when outings were still limited to an hour a day including a beachside stroll with his entire family.

At the time the fiery chef was accompanied by wife Tana, and three of their five children – Jack, Matilda and Oscar – during a brisk walk across the sand.

Back on land: Following their jaunt around the bay, the siblings and their pal could be seen hopping off the boat and heading up the jetty

Tourist hotspot: Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that as of March 29 people were allowed to travel to seaside locations to enjoy the outdoor spaces

The Hell’s Kitchen star also landed in hot water with the local coastguard, who are said to have issued an official warning to him over his apparent flouting of lockdown guidelines.

Sources indicated that Gordon was seen in Rock, Fowey, Port Isaac and Newquay – some distance from his £4 million home in Trebetherick. 

The warning was particularly troubling because Ramsay is the face of a ‘Stayhome’ initiative on YouTube which he has been plugging on his ten-minute cookery shows, filmed in ‘isolation’ in his Cornwall kitchen. 

Appearing from home in his ‘Stay at Home’ YouTube campaign in April, Ramsay urged fans to remain behind closed doors and try some of his recipes until current restrictions are lifted. 

Covid rules: Gordon angered locals after relocating to his second home in Cornwall during the coronavirus crisis despite the Government urging Britons not to travel

Moreover, the TV personality hit yet another stumbling block when he was forced deny ‘almost causing an accident’ after a resident accused him of jumping a red light while on a 26.2-mile bike ride.

In a picture taken by the irate local and obtained by The Sun, he was seen wearing the same cycling gear he wore in a post shared with Instagram followers earlier that day.

Whilst the UK was in heavy lockdown to slow the spread of COVID-19, the government advice was to ‘stay local and use open spaces near to your home where possible.’

While people with second homes are not allowed to travel back and forth, chosing one home and sitting out the lockdown in it was not against official advice.

Risking the wrath: Last year, the star was spotted a number of times taking long excursions when outings were still limited to an hour a day including a beachside stroll with his entire family

A friend of the family told MailOnline: ‘The family see Cornwall as their family home when the kids are back from uni and Gordon back from filming around the world it’s where they spend all their family time together.

‘They’ve been spending time there for 10 years and Jack actually lives in the house there full time too. Most of their neighbours are so welcoming and they love being part of the community.

‘They’ve been following the government advice along with the rest of the country since they arrived on March 20th and the campaign against them is hurtful and unnecessary at a time when we should all be coming together and supporting each other.’ 

Staying put: While people with second homes are not allowed to travel back and forth, chosing one home and sitting out the lockdown in it was not against official advice

A friend of the family told MailOnline: ‘The family see Cornwall as their family home when the kids are back from uni and Gordon back from filming around the world it’s where they spend all their family time together’

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