MasterChef: Marcus Wareing’s Bangers & Mash skills test

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Marcus Wareing, 51, has opened up on his long-running feud with fellow chef Gordon Ramsay, 55. The MasterChef: The Professionals judge fell out with his fellow restaurateur when they worked together at the latter’s restaurant, Aubergine, in the 90s.

Speaking to, Marcus, who is a father to two sons and a daughter, revealed he empathised with Gordon when he was seen in tears on TV, despite their previous disagreements.

Gordon could not contain his emotions as he watched his daughter Tilly, 20, dancing on Strictly Come Dancing 2021.

Marcus explained how he could relate to Gordon thanks to his own “special” bond with his daughter.

He said: “I’ve got a daughter of my own and I think I go and see my daughter at school and she does things in plays and on the sports field, or gets an award, and it brings a tear to my eye.

“I’ve got one daughter and two sons.

“Anything my daughter does brings a tear to my eye.

“And if she wanted to go dancing one day, who knows…

“You know, fathers and daughters, they’re special. There’s a special bond.

“My daughter makes me cry often.

“Not all good things sometimes,” he quipped.

Elsewhere in the interview, Marcus admitted he has not seen Gordon in years.

However, he pointed out that their working relationship resulted in “great things” back in the day.

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When asked whether he still speaks to Gordon, the chef said: “I’ve not seen Gordon for years – years, and years, and years.

“No, we don’t. That’s a long time ago.

“And you know, he’s a big part of my life.

“We worked together. We did great things. I mean, great times, but different eras.

“I actually cannot remember the last time I spoke to him.”

Marcus stressed that he has “a huge respect” for his former co-worker’s professional ventures.

He went on: “But I have a huge respect for what he does.

“I think what he does in his restaurant group is amazing. And what he’s doing on television…”

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