Gordon Ramsay paid a couple’s wedding expenses to compensate for filming on the beach in Cornwall where they had their ceremony.
Charlie Willis, 35, and his wife Laura, 29, tied the knot on Lusty Glaze beach in Newquay last month, but were left disappointed when their union was ‘crushed’ by Ramsay and his Future stars of gastronomy film crew.
The couple had paid £1,300 for the wedding but were not granted exclusive use of the location.
Charlie Willis said The sun that he and his wife “felt like extras” during their marriage.
“It was all a complete kitchen nightmare,” he said. “We had both worked so hard to save up for that day and felt like extras on a game show.”
The head of television at Studio Ramsay’s producer, Sharon Powers, sent the couple a letter apologizing for the upset caused.
She added: “I am mortified that we affected your special day and I can assure you that it was never our intention to upset you or your guests.
“As you know, we have now paid in full for your wedding, which I hope will help make amends and acknowledge how sorry I am that your special day has been affected, albeit unintentionally. , by U.S.”
The Independent has reached out to representatives for Ramsay for comment.
Future stars of gastronomy (abbreviated as FFSa nod to Ramsay’s penchant for swearing) should have a format similar to The apprentice, with 12 entrepreneurs competing to receive an investment in a restaurant that will change their lives.