Gordon Ramsay's youngest daughter to get her own cooking show: report

A kinder, gentler, and arguably cuter Ramsay is reported to be getting her own cookery show at the tender age of 12.

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, better known for his fiery temper and foul mouth than for his Michelin credo, told The Daily Mail that the youngest of his four children, Tilly, is set to helm her own cookery show for the BBC’s children’s channel CBBC.

The show, which is being filmed in the US this summer, will be a family affair, as brother Jack, 13, will help shoot the series, while his twin sister Holly is in charge of sound. The show will air within the next two years.

Unlike her father, known for his mercurial temper on shows like “The F Word” and “Kitchen Nightmares,” Tilly’s show will be obscenity-free, says dad.

Ramsay’s kids are no stranger to the camera, as they’ve made regular appearances on his cookery show “Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Home Cooking,” a G-rated series in which the four offspring are enlisted to help produce family-style meals.

“There’s quite a lot of rivalry in our house, especially when it comes to cooking,” Ramsay tells The Daily Mail.

“Tilly’s a very good cook. In fact, she is the number one in the household.”