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Gordon Ramsay's cheating scandal: I'm sorry I hurt my wife

Monday, December 1, 2008

Tana vows to stand by her man after the devastated celebrity chef apologises for the grief he's caused her...

A remorseful Gordon Ramsay has reportedly apologised to his wife Tana, after admitting to her that he met his alleged mistress at least four times.

"I'm so sorry I've put Tana through this," the celebrity chef told a friend, who was quoted in Britain's Daily Mirror.

"I've apologised to her and feel absolutely dreadful. She really doesn't deserve all this grief," a contrite Gordon is reported to have said.

When allegations surfaced last week that the TV chef had been having an affair with professional mistress Sarah Symonds for the past seven years, Tana put on a brave face and even went shopping with her husband.

Struggling to keep up a normal life for their four children, Tana, 34, maintained her dignity, telling reporters gathered outside the couple's lavish London home, "I'm good, thanks for asking", before taking Megan, 10, twins Jack and Holly, 8, and Matilda, 6, to school in the morning.

For the full story, see this week's Woman's Day (on sale December 1).


Read more: Posh Spice consoles Tana Ramsay.


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