Gordon Ramsay staggers This Morning fans by discussing his huge feet

Gordon Ramsay revealed his shoe size today – leaving fans scratching their heads.

The celebrity chef – who’s recently turned game show host – told that he has to tiptoe about the set of Gordon Ramsay’s bank balance because of his heavy footfall.

Gordon, 54, joked that his feet could easily wreak havoc on Bank Balance – which entails players balancing bricks on tip of each other.

“When you can’t think of that final answer then they have to put a penalty on the board and I know that board is going to tip,” he told Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

“I’ve got size 15 feet so I’m walking around this beautiful Bank Balance set on tiptoes.

Gordon Ramsay on This Morning
Gordon told that he has to tiptoe about set of Bank Balance

“I’m trying not to sneeze, breathe or even just shudder in the event that the board comes crashing down. It’s quite nerve-wracking.”

The UK’s average male shoe size is 10 – with size 15 measuring longer than 30cm.

“WOAH, Hang on…. Gordon Ramsay has size 15 feet?” one viewer tweeted.

“Soooo @GordonRamsay just did an interview on @thismorning and the only piece of information I got from it was HES A SIZE 15 FEET?!” another wrote.

Gordon Ramsay on Gordon Ramsay's Bank Balance
Gordon’s delving into gameshow hosting with Bank Balance

Gordon Ramsay on Gordon Ramsay's Bank Balance
Gordon said the show can be ‘nerve-wracking’

“You know what they say about a guy with big feet?” a third joked, to which another replied: “Yeah, big shoes.”

Meanwhile, Gordon recently opened up about his arthritis.

And though exercise helps Gordon to blow off steam from his hectic work schedule, [doctors told him he needs to start pacing himself.

Gordon Ramsay
The celebrity chef has been told he needs to ‘pace himself’ by doctors

He routinely trains for two hours a day, on top of a 12-hour work day.

“I’ve just come off two weeks on crutches,” he told The Sun, “as I had meniscus surgery. I did it running up the hill in Richmond Park, bolting up it. It was f-ing painful.

“And when I got the X-rays back, the doctor said, ‘You’ve got arthritis in your knee’. I’d never heard that word in relation to me before.

“He told me I needed to start slowing down. It was a case of ‘Imagine you’ve got 1.5million steps to run over the next 30 years . . . pace yourself’.”

Originally from https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/gordon-ramsay-staggers-morning-fans-23560053

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