Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is dodging reports that he has been having a seven-year secret affair with a "professional mistress," The New York Post is reporting.
On Sunday, the U.K.'s News of the World reported that the foul-mouthed chef, star of "Hell's Kitchen," "Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares" and U.K. show, "The F-Word" has been cheating on his "devoted" wife Tana — the mother of his four children — with Sarah Symonds, who wrote the book "Having An Affair? A Handbook For The Other Woman" after her affair with author Jeffrey Archerf.
But in London yesterday, Ramsay posed for photographers with his 33-year-old wife and refused to comment on the allegations, the Post said.
Ramsay, 42, wearing blue jeans, a black hooded top and trainers, got out of a chauffeur-driven silver Mercedes outside his $7 million home, put his arm around Tana, his wife of 12 years, and smiled for the cameras.
"It's time for Sunday lunch. I'm starving," Ramsay told photographers.
According to the U.K.'s Sun, Symonds isn't sweating the rumors either, and is instead letting Ramsay pick up the tab — literally. The author reportedly made a stop at the chef's Maze restaurant in London to be told Ramsay would pay for everything. The homewrecker happily dined on a six-course meal with pals, washing it all down with bottles of champagne, the Sun reported.