Gordon Ramsay shared a sweet snap of his seven-month-old son Oscar rooting for England ahead of the Rugby World Cup final on Saturday.
The chef, 52, posted a picture of his youngest child holding onto a rugby ball and smiling at the camera while at his Mayfair restaurant Lucky Cat on Friday.
On Saturday, England will play against South Africa, marking the first time the team has been in a final for 12 years and 16 since winning the coveted title.
Rooting for England: Gordon Ramsay shared a sweet snap of his seven-month-old son Oscar rooting for England ahead of the Rugby World Cup final on Saturday
Just as thousands of rugby fans around the country are preparing for the historic match, Gordon and Oscar showed they were excited.
With the famous chef even offering to buy the England team dinner once they return to the UK.
Taking to Instagram, father-of-five Gordon wrote: ‘@oscarjramsay is rooting for @englandrugby tomorrow! Good luck guys … Dinner’s on me when you’re home! Gx’
In the adorable picture Oscar stares intently at the camera, making sure to grip the ball tightly.
Supporting: The chef, pictured with his youngest son, wished the team ‘good luck’ ahead of their game against South Africa and said ‘dinner’s on me’ when they return to England
The seven-month-old is seen sitting in a chair while wearing a sweet grey top with a helter skelter pattern over it.
Saturday’s rugby match, which is being played in Yokohama, Japan, is set to be an early one with kickoff at 9am GMT.
Ahead of the game dozens of people have shown their support for captain Owen Farrell and the team, including Prince Harry and the Queen.
Bundle of joy: Gordon recently revealed he ‘dropped to the floor and blacked out’ as he and wife Tana welcomed Oscar to the world seven months ago
The Duke of Sussex, who has been Patron of the Rugby Football Union since 2017, will even fly to Japan to support the England team.
Gordon’s snap comes after he admitted Oscar’s birth was ‘scary’ and he ‘fainted’ during an interview with Jonathan Ross.
Gordon said he ‘dropped to the floor and blacked out’ as he and Tana welcomed Oscar to the world – which also marked the first time he had been present at one of his five children’s births.
Family: Gordon, pictured with Tana and Oscar, said in an interview with Jonathan Ross that he’s only been at the birth of his youngest as his wife didn’t want him to see her ‘in this state’
He said: ‘Tana didn’t want to see me there for previous births, she said “I don’t want you to see me in this state so get out.”‘
‘This time around, I was there and I absolutely cr*pped my pants. I fainted. I literally dropped on the floor.
‘I was sat there and Oscar popped out through the sunroof and then they sort of throw you on him and he’s screaming and I fell back, the nurse grabbed me.’
The Michelin starred chef said he had opted for a relaxing soundtrack to create a chilled atmosphere in the delivery room – which had the adverse effect.
Big day: During Oscar’s birth Gordon said he ‘absolutely cr*pped his pants’ and ‘fainted’ (pictured with wife Tana after Oscar’s birth in April)
He said: ‘Ed Sheeran was playing, I put Ed on to calm everybody. I put Ed on then I blacked out, I fainted like an idiot.
‘Have you ever been in the [operating] theatre where there is so much commotion, so much going on? And then bang. I’ve never fainted in my life, by the way, that was the first time.’
Oscar joins the couple’s children Megan, 21, twins Holly and Jack, 19, and Matilda, 17.
Gordon gushed about his son, saying: ‘He is six months, it’s extraordinary, also for the rest of the kids it’s just a welcome bundle of joy.’
Brood: Oscar joins the couple’s children Megan, 21, twins Holly and Jack, 19, and Matilda, 17, (all pictured together after Oscar’s birth)