Gordon Ramsay and his son are the ultimate doppelgangers

Gordon Ramsay took his entire family out on Sunday evening, to the glitzy red carpet event that was the Bafta Children’s Awards.

But, as well as the winners at the London event, it was all eyes on the Ramsays – in particular, the TV chef’s lookalike son Jack.

The 16-year-old looks the spitting image of his famous father, what with his big grin and spiky blond hair.

Add the slick suit and you’ve got perhaps the most lookalike father-son duo in all of showbiz!

The 50-year-old star could not have looked more proud to have his lovely family by his side at the awards ceremony, who were out in force to support the youngest of the clan, Tilly.

The 15-year-old fronts her own CBBC show, Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch, which was nominated for the Entertainment in 2016 prize, but lost out to Sam and Mark’s Big Friday Wind-up.

Also present was Jack’s twin sister Holly, and big sister Megan.

Extra props must be given to Jack for his recent shout-out for his dad’s 50th birthday, as he shared an incredibly embarrassing throwback shot to mark the occasion.

Along with the brilliant snap – which proves that cut-off denim shorts should NEVER make a return – Jack wrote: “Happy 50th kid. A lot has changed in the past 50 years including your hairstyle all I can say is thank god I was born so that you have a decent one to copy.

“Honestly though you’re 50 and are looking as cool and sharp as ever.”

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