The Ramsay bunch: Gordon and his wife Tana take their teenage daughters to star-studded Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards

Gordon Ramsay treated his family to a fun afternoon out on Saturday.

The celebrity chef took his wife Tana, daughters Megan, 16, and Matilda, 13, as well as two of their pals to the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards.

As he posed on the orange carpet surrounded by his loved ones, the star – who is famous for his furious temper – looked calm, happy and relaxed.
Gordon, 48, kept his look casual for the day out, opting for a black tee and pair of dark blue jeans.
Meanwhile, 40-year-old Tana – who is best friends with Victoria Beckham – decided to glam up for the occasion, sporting a chic dress featuring a shimmering pleated skirt bottom.
The couple’s eldest daughter, Megan, looked incredibly stylish in a horizontal striped, monochrome dress.

Her younger sister Matilda was adorable in a simple polka dot frock, which she casually teamed with a pair of plimsolls.
Gordon and Tana’s twin children Jack and Holly noticeably did not join the family on their day out. However, the group still looked like they had a great time.

The celebrity chef’s close pal David Beckham did not make an appearance at the event either.

But, the former England star’s three sons Brooklyn, Cruz and Romeo were all in attendance for the annual awards ceremony.

Gordon, however, is a regular at the annual glitzy awards bash, and attended last year with his family.

Nick Jonas hosted this year’s Nickelodeon channel’s fan-voted awards, which honoured the group Fifth Harmony as favourite new artist and Liam Hemsworth and Jennifer Lawrence of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 as favourite action stars. The film was voted favourite movie.

Other winners included Emma Stone, who largely escaped its trademark slime when she accepted the best actress award for her role in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and favorite family TV show Modern Family, whose stars including Jesse Tyler Ferguson didn’t get away clean.
Performers included Iggy Azalea with Jennifer Hudson and 5 Seconds of Summer, which ended up taking a goo hit.

Nick opened the ceremony by noting that One Direction was minus a group member with the exit of Zayn Malik.

‘A tough week. … Lot of girls in the house tonight still struggling after One Direction became Two Direction,’ he said, then asked, jokingly, ‘What’s next? Fourth Harmony? 3 Seconds of Summer? No, no. The Jonas Brother?’

One Direction didn’t appear to accept its trophy as favourite music group.

Others taking part in the ceremony included Jamie Foxx, Meghan Trainor, Chris Rock, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Kevin James and Little League Baseball sensation Mo’ne Davis.

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