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From start to finish ( which only took…
From start to finish ( which only took a matter of an hour or so) Daniel had us all booked for the special offer they had in for Thailand plus we added an extra destination. Can’t praise Daniel Enough for how quick and professional he was and answering any queries I had.
Date of experience : April 14, 2023
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Disgusting customer service and mis informing cruise holiday costs.
I am so disappointed with Ramsey travel and the customer care they don't provide. Miss-selling us a holiday that would cost us nearly £2k ontop of the original cost. We went in to book Sanatorini and Myknos, they suggested the cheapest way to do this was a cruise, we were hesitant and said we had never done this before so needed to know everything about it. We were sold the holiday, paid a £300 deposit and told we would be around £40pp per day for drink. Left and started to research ourself's, only to find out about the drinks are actually £70pp per day, there are tender boats, and you can wait to tender for a while, if you don't wish to do this, this again comes at an additional cost anything from £50-£200pp per day you need a tender. We also never got told about the internet charges at £18.99 per day for one phone, additional cost for another. Along with all of the above issues, when we booked in store we were told that we would fly into bologna (yes correct) and go onto Venice to board. Venice to me is Venice with the floating Venice. They never once corrected us to say you actually aren't going anywhere near venice. Its a port around 3hrs away from venice. When i raised all my above concerns i spoke with the head office, to which i am shocked at how dismissive they are. They don't feel like they've miss-sold or hidden costs, yet they are now changing how they advertise future cruises saying internet, gratitudes and drinks packages from £.... pp which wasn't the case with our booking. The staff member that originally booked it said they cant possibly go over every detail, well simply don't offer a holiday you cant inform people of the full costs and hidden totals that implement a change to the holiday on the customers behalf. They also said i didn't mention internet being a priority or requirement in my holiday, as i said we were new to cruises and not once were we told this was additional and didn't come included like it does with all or most all inclusive hotels. Normally if it's an additional costs they will tell you this before you agree to pay a deposit so you can make your mind up and choose what you'd like to do. I have been reasonable and asked for £200 to be moved to another holiday within their company instead as this no longer meets our requirements and is costing way too much additionally. This is a reasonable request given that they'd still have £100 of our money for doing nothing apart from miss informing us. When i spoke with head office i was continuously spoken over and told i could still go and just not get the drinks package drinking what they supply only (water,milk, orange juice) when i'm paying over £1000 pp i don't think so. I mentioned the cruise isn't going to venice after us being told in store it was, again to be told i could go and visit it at my own expenses, the gentleman didn't even know the distance or time between and i had to inform him of this. I have since had further emails from them without addressing my name or treating me like a customer , 'see attached' wheres the customer service? hi miss adams.. i am completely disgusted by the treatment. I have been a loyal customer and spent over £4000 in the last year and a half and i certainly will not recommend or return after this recent experience. Went in to book a rome holiday, the hotel was different to as advertised we were an additional £50 i think per person to the one advertised because they made a mistake and the one that went with the deal you wouldn't house a dog in. Anyway we left happy and paid the additional to stay in a nicer hotel. However this was again an additional cost to us.
Date of experience : October 23, 2023
AVOID!!! Booked my holiday to Thailand 9 months ago and paid it up (fully paid 3 months ago) after booking I had to request a receipt after hearing absolutely nothing for about 2 weeks. Then I received an invoice that could only be described as a child had typed it up on Microsoft word it was absolutely laughable to say the least. Following this farce I decided to just let it go and move on and fully paid the holiday and heard absolutely nothing from then on. As of today I fly out in 7 weeks so I contacted the Stirling branch to find out my package no longer existed and they’ve known for 10 days but didn’t want to contact as there was no alternative??? Now I’ve to wait 30 days for a refund?! I WILL be taking this further. Do not spend a penny with this company!!
Date of experience : April 17, 2023
Have used Ramsay Travel for numerous…
Have used Ramsay Travel for numerous holidays in the last few few years and can’t fault them. Staff are always friendly and helpful and are always willing to help out. Will always book holidays with Ramsay Travel because I know they are atol and abta approved.
Date of experience : May 17, 2023
Mazy has been amazing in helping…
Mazy has been amazing in helping organising my family and I’s holiday. We are super grateful for the numerous amount of questions answered and quotes given. She’s been prompt and professional. Thank you
Date of experience : June 20, 2023
Excellent service as usual from Ramsey World Travel in Stirling
Have dealt with Danny at Stirling for years, very knowledgeable and extremely helpful. Nothing is ever a problem, wouldn’t go anywhere else when looking at holiday options. 5 star service as usual.
Date of experience : March 22, 2023
Very good travel agent
Ramsey travel are great to deal with and make booking holidays very simple, their friendly staff give you decent options for your budget. Its reassuring knowing they are a local company. Have used them multiple times and would recommend their service.
Date of experience : December 12, 2022
So easy and helpful.
Date of experience : November 17, 2023
Excellent attentive service
I have now used Ramsay World Travel Aberdeen 4 times this year for short breaks. The service and attention to detail is far superior to any other travel agent I have previously used. Our breaks were all short in nature and care was taken to ensure the destinations that we selected had good flight times to optimize time at the various locations. Hotel selection has been as close to perfect as you could get, always working within the budgets given to them. I would not hesitate to recommend this company. In particular Nick who has assisted us with all our bookings this year.
Date of experience : August 15, 2022
Been with Ramsay Travel since they…
Been with Ramsay Travel since they first opened in the Kingsgate Dunfermline, a long time. Had my share of problems as most people would but the reason I've stayed loyal to Ramsay Travel is the overall service and staff who have always been friendly and very helpful.
Date of experience : February 15, 2023
Always have an excellent experience…
Always have an excellent experience with all the staff in your Perth branch. They are so patient and courteous. My sister and I have been booking our holidays with them for about 10 years and wouldn’t dream of going anywhere else. I doubt we could get better customer service anywhere else. They are a credit to your company.
Date of experience : January 26, 2023
Brilliant service from Paul
Brilliant service from Paul, made the whole booking experience easy and always on hand to adjust details when required. Would def recommend as he certainly knows what he is taking about. Thank for the great service.
Date of experience : January 28, 2023
Just back from holidays with Ramsay and found them great. Our trip had to be rescheduled twice due to Covid guidelines at the time and they were so helpful every time and great communication. Will definitely book again in future.
Date of experience : October 19, 2022
Excellent up-front communication from…
Excellent up-front communication from Daniel at Ramsay Travels. Daniel was super efficient and helpful at every stage. Will definitely be using this travel agents again for future trips. Many thanks.
Date of experience : January 19, 2023
Ramsay Travel Stirling are truly…
Ramsay Travel Stirling are truly amazing. Customer service is second to none. I do not use anyone else to book my holidays. They are so knowledgable and helpful and make the process so easy. They cannot do enough for you. I would like to thank Daniel Breen for all his help over the years. I recommend Ramsay Travel Stirling to all my friends and family.
Eilidh in the Stirling branch was amazing. She went out of her way to make sure we booked our perfect holiday. Was friendly and helpful throughout and would recommend.
Date of experience : July 11, 2023
When booking the holiday thing couldn't…
When booking the holiday thing couldn't have been better. It is when you need to get your money back from them when things go wrong with your holiday, is the problem. They promise to pay the money back but never do £2057.00. My advise is pay for your holiday by credit card and your bank will go after them to get the money, that is what I did. Will never use them again.
Date of experience : May 31, 2023
Very quick responses and informative.
Eilidh was very quick at responding to questions about the Disneyland Paris deal via social media then was so informative on the telephone when I called to pay deposit. All paperwork was in my email so quickly and it's been made clear she is available for any questions untill we travel!
Date of experience : March 31, 2023
Great service from Nick in Aberdeen
Great service from Nick, very helpful. He was really good at checking details and small print for us. Really listened to us and what we wanted. Answered our questions and addressed any concerns. Would not hesitate to use or recommend Ramsay travel again
Date of experience : January 05, 2023
Can not recommend highly enough
Can not recommend highly enough, always provide knowledgeable information on destinations, very helpful and courteous. Paul in the Aberdeen office is always very helpful and personable, nothing seems to be too much trouble. Thank you once again for helping us book our trip.
Date of experience : February 05, 2023
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15 Things to Do in Santa Clara (CA)
Santa Clara is a city of nearly 125,000 residents that’s located in Santa Clara County, about 75 kilometers south of San Francisco .
The city was founded more than 200 years ago as a Spanish Mission. Now, it’s most well-known for its booming tech industry that’s commonly referred to around the world as Silicon Valley.
Though it’s common knowledge to most football fans, it’s a surprise to many to discover that the relatively small city is also the home of the National Football League’s San Francisco 49ers.
Visitors to Santa Clara have abundant activity options at their fingertips without venturing outside city limits, so staying engaged and entertained shouldn’t be an issue.
1. Levi’s Stadium
With a capacity of nearly 70,000, Levi’s Stadium on Marie P. DeBartolo Way in Santa Clara is one of the country’s premier professional football stadiums.
The 49ers play their home games here, and during the off-season, the stadium hosts a variety of annual events, including concerts featuring big names in the music industry.
Taking a family to a football game isn’t the least expensive activity option in the area, but for those who’ve never taken in a pro game, it’s an exhilarating experience that may be worth the cost.
Guided tours are also regularly available, and the bars and restaurants around the stadium are fun to visit year-round.
2. Ulistac Natural Area
Despite its large population and the overall hustle and bustle, the Bay Area features plenty of urban parks and natural areas that are convenient options for those interested in enjoying the great outdoors.
The Ulistac Natural Area is located on Lick Mill Road in Santa Clara. It is comprised of more than 40 acres that include a variety of distinct environments.
The natural area straddles the Guadalupe River and is home to an array of plants and animals that are well-suited to its riparian habitat.
A particularly popular attraction for bird watchers, it features a number of well-marked nature trails dotted with interpretive signs.
3. Santa Clara Art & Wine Festival
Californians take their art and wine seriously, and there’s no better way to combine the two than by visiting the Santa Clara Art & Wine Festival.
The event is held in the city’s Central Park and features nearly 200 vendors from across the country selling fine art and crafts, gourmet food, and a vast selection of California’s best wines.
Proceeds are donated to worthwhile causes that benefit residents in need. It all takes place in the early fall when the central California weather is perfect for outdoor activities.
Other highlights include live entertainment and lots of art-related activities for kids.
4. The de Saisset Museum
Though he’s not exactly a household name for those who don’t typically travel in West Coast art circles, Ernest de Saisset was one of the Bay Area’s most prominent artists in the 19th century.
Saisset was a French immigrant who enrolled in Santa Clara University and studied painting as a young man.
The museum that now bears his name is located on the university’s campus. It includes a collection of more than 100 of his most impressive works.
It’s as much a historical attraction as it is an art one, and it also has other works from European and American artists dating back hundreds of years.
5. Intel Museum
Intel is one of the titans of the tech world. Over the years, it has been responsible for some of the most significant technological leaps forward in computer hardware.
The Intel Museum is located on the campus of the company’s world headquarters in Santa Clara, and it’s regularly open to the public.
Even for those who don’t fall into the tech-savvy category, it’s a fascinating place that’s definitely worth an hour or two of time.
Though it may sound dry to technophobes, it’s packed with interactive exhibits for visitors of all ages, so it’s great for kids with short attention spans too.
6. Santa Clara Farmers’ Market
There’s really no better way to rub elbows with locals, enjoy pleasant weather, and have access to tons of great products you won’t find elsewhere than by visiting a farmers’ market.
The Santa Clara Farmers’ Market is open year-round and features a little bit of everything – from seasonal produce and fresh baked goods to health and body products and prepared food items.
Held on Jackson Street near the downtown area, it’s common to find different items each time you go.
Spending a few bucks is a great way to support local farmers and entrepreneurs, and don’t be shy about asking them for suggestions for things to see and do while in town.
7. California’s Great America
There’s no shortage of theme parks in the Golden State, but there’s one clear choice for those visiting Santa Clara.
California’s Great America is located on Great America Parkway just outside of town. It features tons of rides, dining options, kid’s activities, and a water park that’s a huge draw during the hot summer months.
Though Great America can really draw a crowd during peak times when kids are enjoying their summer vacations, previous guests have noted that wait times for rides weren’t overly long.
Many families choose to spend an entire day on-site to avoid wasting valuable recreational time in the car.
8. Mission Santa Clara
Mission Santa Clara is one of the city’s premier historic sites, and it’s now conveniently located on the campus of Santa Clara University.
The mission was established by Franciscans in the 1770s to spread Christianity to the area’s Native American population.
Sadly, things didn’t go according to plan; due to several natural disasters, the mission was forced to move from its original site to where it is now.
Over the years, it was also run by the Jesuits. Though it’s no longer functioning in its original role, it now doubles as a museum and chapel that are open to visitors.
9. The Triton Museum of Art
Though guests tend to visit the Triton Museum of Art for the works in its collection, its stunning contemporary architecture usually makes a big impression as well.
The museum’s collection includes works from all over the country, but its emphasis is on pieces created by Bay Area artists using local people and scenery as inspiration.
The grounds also include a sprawling outdoor sculpture garden spread over nearly seven acres, and a home from the mid-1860s that’s among the most well-preserved examples of historic American architecture in the area.
The museum is located on Warburton Avenue, and most visitors spend a few hours on-site.
10. Santa Clara Players
The Santa Clara Players traces its roots all the way back to the early ‘60s, when a group of local performers began putting on small shows for the community.
Now nearly seven decades later, they’re still going strong. Their annual performances run the gamut from dramatic theater and mystery to satire and humor.
The players are part of a community theater group staffed by talented volunteers dedicated to providing high-quality, family-friendly entertainment at a reasonable cost.
They’re located on Don Avenue in Santa Clara and offer lots of volunteer opportunities for budding actors and stagehands.
11. Central Park
Featuring lots of wide-open spaces and massive swimming and community rec centers, Santa Clara’s Central Park is a go-to destination for activity minded visitors looking to make the most of their limited vacation time without traveling to more distant attractions.
The park is centrally located on Keily Boulevard, has ample parking, and features lots of outdoor amenities and recreational activity options.
From tennis and basketball to softball, lawn bowling, and a big playground, there’s really no excuse for getting bored while on-site. For those looking to spend a relaxing afternoon, there are a lake, built-in BBQs, and public restrooms.
12. The 49ers Museum
Even for those who won’t be in Santa Clara during the regular season, the 49ers stadium and museum are fun attractions worth visiting for sports-minded visitors.
The museum is located inside Levi’s Stadium and features nearly a dozen distinct galleries that are open to the public year-round.
It’s a fun and educational experience for visitors of all ages. In addition to football, its exhibits touch on science, technology, and art in a way that engages and entertains young and old minds alike.
Most guests check out the introductory video in the visitor’s center before showing themselves through the impressive collection of trophies, balls, and Super Bowl memorabilia on display.
13. The Santa Clara Fire Museum
The Santa Clara Fire Department’s roots run all the way back to the 1850s when it was founded.
The museum is now located on Walsh Avenue in an unused training center behind the city’s new fire station.
It sports an impressive collection of equipment and historical memorabilia that give visitors unique insights into the lives of fire and rescue personnel in years past.
The museum’s highlights include a fully restored Model-T fire truck that served for two decades, beginning in the 1920s.
The knowledgeable local volunteer staff also offer regular programs geared at educating the public about fire safety and prevention issues.
14. Edward Peterman Museum of Railroad History
The Edward Peterman Museum of Railroad History is run by a local historical society. It is housed in the depot of a now-defunct railroad on Railroad Avenue in Santa Clara.
Like many local historical attractions, the museum is staffed by local volunteers who love answering questions and showing first-time visitors around.
The museum’s exhibits include a variety of railroad equipment and memorabilia, including signals, safety equipment, and historical photographs dating back over 100 years.
The museum is regularly open to the public. It maintains an extensive library of books relating to railroad development and local history as well.
15. Voyager Coffee
Though it has only been around since 2016, Voyager Coffee’s owner and staff are dedicated to the noble pursuit of making their customers happy.
They do this largely by providing world-class coffee, but also by offering a comfortable space in which guests have opportunities to build relationships with like-minded customers.
Many of their coffees sport internationally influenced flavors, and they’re often infused with things like orange essence and cherry blossom water.
Don’t worry if you prefer your coffee straight-up, because they’ve got more traditional brews as well.
They offer fresh pastry and baked goods, tea, and other non-coffee drinks too.
15 Things to Do in Santa Clara (CA):
- Levi's Stadium
- Ulistac Natural Area
- Santa Clara Art & Wine Festival
- The de Saisset Museum
- Intel Museum
- Santa Clara Farmers’ Market
- California's Great America
- Mission Santa Clara
- The Triton Museum of Art
- Santa Clara Players
- Central Park
- The 49ers Museum
- The Santa Clara Fire Museum
- Edward Peterman Museum of Railroad History
- Voyager Coffee
Gordon Ramsay welcomes sixth child at 57
- Published 12 November
Gordon Ramsay has announced the birth of his sixth child, as he and his wife Tana welcome a 7lbs 10oz "whopper" to the family.
The celebrity chef, 57, strongly suggested that Jesse James Ramsay would be his last child, posting on social media: "3 boys, 3 girls.... Done."
Cookery book author Tana, 49, married Ramsay in 1996.
Ramsay posted pictures of Jesse and Tana in hospital on Saturday night.
The baby boy, wearing a pink hat, can be seen in his mother's arms in three images, one of which shows his father kissing him on the head.
Ramsay, who celebrated his birthday on Wednesday, wrote on Instagram: "What an amazing birthday present, please welcome Jesse James Ramsay, 7lbs 10oz whopper!!
"One more bundle of love to the Ramsay brigade!! 3 boys, 3 girls.... Done."
It is unclear exactly when Jesse was born.
The couple are already parents to Megan, the eldest, who is now in her mid-20s; twins Jack and Holly, Matilda "Tilly" and Oscar.
In 2016, before the birth of Oscar, Ramsay announced that Tana had had a miscarriage.
In response to his post about the birth of Jesse, Ramsay received a string of congratulatory messages from celebrity friends, including Hollywood star Jeremy Renner, TV chefs James Martin and Gino D'Acampo, Top Gear star Paddy McGuinness and Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden.
Former Chelsea FC manager and ex-England footballer Frank Lampard wrote: "Congratulations mate!"
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Gordon Ramsay opens up about fatherhood after welcoming his sixth child: 'I'm blessed'
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Gordon Ramsay has opened up about becoming a father for the sixth time, admitting that he feels “blessed”.
The celebrity chef welcomed a son, named Jesse James, with wife Tana, 49, on November 8, which also marked Ramsay’s 57th birthday.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight at the F1 Grand Prix in Las Vegas , he said of his newborn son: “Extraordinary. Really extraordinary, just blessed.”
The culinary star also poked fun at himself, joking that he will be the oldest parent at the school gate when the time comes for Jesse to start classes.
He quipped: “I'm also sure I'll be the oldest dad at the drop-off at school, so I'll keep my cap and glasses on.”
His comments come just over a week after the TV chef announced that he and his cookery book author with Tana, 49, had welcomed the bundle of joy earlier this month.
The couple, who have been married for more than two decades, shared the news on Gordon's Instagram at the time alongside several photos of Tana in hospital cradling their newborn.
He wrote alongside the social media post: “What an amazing birthday present please welcome Jesse James Ramsay, 7lbs 10oz whopper!!“One more bundle of love to the Ramsay brigade!! 3 boys, 3 girls…. Done.”
Ramsay received congratulations from Hollywood star Jeremy Renner , TV chef James Martin , Top Gear star Paddy McGuinness and Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden.
Football manager and former player Frank Lampard wrote: “Congratulations mate!" while Wolverine star Hugh Jackman echoed Lampard's sentiments, commenting: "Congrats mate!"
The couple are also parents to Megan, 25, twins Holly and Jack, 23, Tilly, 22, and Oscar, four.
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Gordon Ramsay, 57, and wife Tana, 49, become parents again
TV chef Gordon Ramsay and his 49-year-old cookery book author wife Tana announced the birth of their son on Saturday, with the star calling the newborn's arrival an "amazing birthday present".
Sunday 12 November 2023 19:16, UK
Gordon Ramsay has become a father for the sixth time at the age of 57, welcoming a 7lb 10oz "whopper" of a son to the family.
The TV chef and his 49-year-old cookery book author wife Tana announced the birth of Jesse James Ramsay on Instagram on Saturday.
Ramsay, who celebrated his birthday on Wednesday, called the newborn's arrival "an amazing birthday present" - although it is unclear when exactly Jesse was born.
He and Tana, who have been married for almost 30 years, are also parents to Megan, Matilda, twins Jack and Holly, and Oscar.
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The chef strongly hinted this would be his last child, writing on Instagram: "One more bundle of love to the Ramsay brigade!! 3 boys, 3 girls.... Done."
In a separate post to her 295,00 followers, Tana revealed the pregnancy had been "a nerve-wracking nine months", adding: "but we've made it and we have been blessed with this little bundle."
She also appeared to confirm it would be their final child, adding: "Ramsay family definitely complete.
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"Jesse James Ramsay we love you so much."
The couple were quickly congratulated by fellow celebrity friends and fans alike.
Fellow chef Jamie Oliver wrote: "Wow super mum congratulations!" along with clapping hands emojis.
TV chef Gino D'Acampo wrote: "FANTASTICO, still plenty of lead in that pencil!"
Victoria Beckham wrote under Tana's post: "Congratulations xxx we love you all xx"
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In 2016, Ramsay and Tana experienced a pregnancy loss at 20 weeks.
"Born with a strong heartbeat but too little to survive," Tana said of their son, who they named Rocky.
Gordon ramsay welcomes sixth child with wife tana at 57.
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Gordon Ramsay and his wife, Tana, announced they welcomed another bundle of joy into the “Ramsay brigade.”
On Saturday, the “Hell’s Kitchen” star, 57, revealed that the two, who tied the knot 27 years ago, recently gave birth to their sixth child.
“What an amazing birthday present,” Gordon, who celebrated his birthday on Nov. 8, wrote on wrote on Instagram alongside several snapshots of the duo relishing their baby boy.
He added: “Please welcome Jesse James Ramsay, 7lbs 10oz whopper!! One more bundle of love to the Ramsay brigade!! 3 boys, 3 girls…. Done.”
In the cozy photos shared by the British celebrity chef, Tana is seen snuggling baby Jesse on a hospital bed. In another shot, the reality star kisses their son’s head as Tana holds him.
Reps for Gordon did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment.
Gordon and Tana are also parents to Megan Ramsay, 26; twins Holly Ramsay and Jack Ramsay, 23; Tilly Ramsay, 22; and Oscar Ramsay, 4.
Tana, 49, opened up about giving birth to their newborn son on Instagram, sharing that the pregnancy was “nerve wracking”.
“It’s been a nerve wracking 9 months but we’ve made it and we have been blessed with this little bundle,” she wrote Saturday alongside candid shots from the hospital, including a picture of Oscar meeting his little brother .
She added: “Ramsay family definitely complete. Jesse James Ramsay we love you so much ❤️🙏🏼”
Last month, the “Kitchen Nightmares” star revealed to People that Tana was ready to have another kiddo because she “doesn’t want Oscar growing up on his own.”
“I’m going to be at school celebrating sports day with a fucking walker!” Gordon said, laughing. ”‘Hey, who’s your granddad?’ ‘That’s my dad, actually.’ So I’m not too sure how many knee hip replacements they’ll get by the time they get 21, but I’m going to try.”
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OPINION - Celebrity older mothers like Tana Ramsay and Victoria Coren Mitchell are giving women false hope
Posted: November 21, 2023 | Last updated: November 21, 2023
I no longer do a second take when I read news that a woman in her fifties has given birth. This month alone, Victoria Coren Mitchell , 51, announced the arrival of her second child with her partner, the comedian David Mitchell , who is 49. Tana Ramsay , who turns 50 next year, welcomed her sixth child with that gobby 57-year-old chef husband of hers last week. Then there’s Hilary Swank , Janet Jackson , Halle Berry , Laura Linney et al, all who’ve had babies in their very late forties or early fifties.
Tana Ramsay and Victoria Coren Mitchell’s pregnancies barely made headlines. A 50-year-old new mum is a freak event no more. We don’t know the circumstances: did they use IVF , sperm or egg donors, had they frozen their eggs when they were younger; was it a happy accident or meticulously planned? Frankly, it’s none of our business. But, what we do know is that both women carried and gave birth to their babies.
They are part of a 20 per cent increase in British women who have given birth aged over 50 between 2019 and 2021. Sounds a lot, but it works out at about 275 of the 624,828 babies born each year. A mere drop in the birthing pool.
My gynaecologist friend is aghast each time an older celebrity reveals their pregnancy. He knows he’ll get an uptick in women coming to his clinic full of hope
It is bound to be reassuring for those struggling to conceive — or who are undecided about whether parenthood is for them, or worried about the cost of raising a child right now, or re finding it impossible to find the right partner — that women are able to have babies far past what we once determined to be the fertility cut-off point. But, it is still the exception not the rule — and to blithely think that we have endless time on our side is problematic.
The counter-argument goes that most women are painfully aware of their fertility window and understand the ability to have a baby is not infinite. But tell that to my friends who have started trying to get pregnant in their mid to late-thirties only to encounter hurdle after hurdle with the years ticking by and little progress. While these late-motherhood stories — usually about celebrities with the means to access world-class fertility treatments that the majority of us cannot — are a flicker of light at the end of the tunnel for those grappling with fertility issues, I worry it could cause a false sense of hope and a lack of urgency. Inconveniently, pregnancy is still a young person’s game.
My gynaecologist friend is aghast each time an older celebrity reveals their pregnancy. He knows he’ll get an uptick in women coming to his clinic full of hope that it’s not too late. Yet, people often don’t realise that sperm counts are at an all-time low and have fallen by 50 per cent. That the chance of conceiving over the age of 45 is five per cent and the risk of miscarriage is 57 to 80 per cent. Most clinics do not recommend that women of that age undergo IVF treatment with their own eggs. There is a higher chance of complications during birth which can lead to premature birth and chromosomal abnormalities. The mother is also at risk of conditions such as diabetes and pre-eclampsia.
I hate to be a downer and totally behind women having the choice and chance to have babies later on in life, but I worry that these celebrities with their private healthcare and breezy birth stories make it all look far too easy.
Suzannah Ramsdale is lifestyle director for the Evening Standard
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Gordon ramsay has shared his secret to achieving perfectly juicy and flavorful turkey this thanksgiving., gordon ramsay shares his mum's recipe for yorkshire puddings.
Gordon Ramsay is known for his mastery of roasted meat, thanks to his many hacks and twists on traditional recipes.
In line with Thanksgiving, the Michelin-starred chef revealed his recipe for a juicy turkey using an extra ingredient for an unconventional spin.
The TV star uses a variety of ingredients to bring out the juiciness of his turkey, and one standout technique involves the use of bacon to ensure optimal moisture retention.
After a brief initial period in the oven, he strategically places six generous slices of fatty bacon on the thickest part of the turkey breast before returning it to complete the cooking process.
According to Tasting Table, Ramsay explained that the bacon serves as a buffer, shielding the meat from direct heat and preventing it from drying out.
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The added benefit of the bacon fat dripping over the roast contributes to the succulence of the turkey.
The rendered fat eventually combines with the turkey drippings, enhancing the flavour profile of the resulting gravy.
Ramsay emphasised that turkey, being a lean meat, requires additional measures to retain moisture.
His approach of using bacon to cover the breast is effective due to the uneven cooking dynamics of turkeys.
The breast meat benefits from roasting at a lower temperature to preserve its juiciness. However, owing to the bird's shape, the breast tends to cook faster than other sections with dark meat.
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By strategically shielding the breast with bacon, the white meat undergoes a slower cooking process, preventing it from becoming overcooked before the remaining turkey is done.
Ramsay also employs a technique of initially placing the turkey in the oven at a higher heat without the bacon.
This step serves to brown the skin before it gets covered, ensuring a balance between moistness and flavour.
The restaurateur goes the extra mile by stuffing herb butter under the turkey skin, providing an additional layer of moisture and taste.
Additionally, Ramsay opts to roast the turkey with onions in the cavity, allowing them to steam the bird from the inside.
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