Gordon Ramsay poses with son Jack for powerful Father and Son Day campaign

Gordon Ramsay has posed for a photoshoot with his son Jack for a good cause.

The chef took part in support of Father and Son Day, a month-long campaign encouraging men to speak openly with their families about male cancer.

Gordon, 52, and his 19-year-old son appear together in a heartwarming black and white photograph of them sitting in a restaurant. Of course.

Both dressed in black jackets, white T-shirts and jeans, Jack is the spit of his famous father.

In the interview with British GQ, they Ramsay’s both bemoan the new wave of healthy eating, and Gordon asks his son whether he wants to follow in his footsteps and get in the kitchen.

He asks: ‘Would you become a chef? How good are your scrambled eggs?’

Jack fires back: ‘I like them diner style. I like to be able to stab my eggs and pick them up.’ Gordon then shakes his head in disgust at his son’s culinary tastes.

Gordon recently became a dad for the fifth time, welcoming son Oscar with his wife of 22 years Tana Ramsay.

The new issue also features an interview with Father and Son Day founders Daniel Marks and Jack Dyson who share their own stories of survival and loss.

As well as Gordon and Jack, other famous dads and their lads in the photoshoot include: Tom Daley, his husband Dustin Lance Black and their son Robbie Ray, actor Martin Kemp and his son, radio presenter Roman Kemp, boxer Anthony Joshua and his son Joseph, and Tom Kerridge and his three-year-old son Acey.

The shoot featured 18 stars and artists and the most important men in their lives.

See the full feature in the July issue of British GQ available on newsstands and digital download now. www.gq.co.uk

Text the word ‘Marsden’ to 70800 to donate £5 and tag @fatherandsonday in an Instagram post of you and the man who inspires you. Alternatively, visit justgiving.com/fundraising/fatherandsonday.

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