Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and wife Tana welcome baby No. 5 after 2016 miscarriage

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Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and wife Tana welcome baby No. 5 after 2016 miscarriage

'Masterchef' host and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, 52, announced Thursday that he and wife Tana had welcomed their fifth child, Oscar James.


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It's a boy for "Hell's Kitchen" and "Masterchef" star Gordon Ramsay!

The celebrity chef, 52, announced on Instagram Thursday that he and wife Tana Ramsay, 44, had welcomed their newest bundle of joy earlier that afternoon. He shared multiple photos from the hospital, showing Mom, Dad and the baby looking happy and healthy.

And the couple had the cutest way of announcing his name.

"After 3 baftas and one Emmy... finally we have won an Oscar, please welcome Oscar James Ramsay."

Though the baby just arrived, he already has his own Instagram account. Ramsay tagged @oscarjramsay in his announcement post. No photos from the newborn yet, though his profile picture is a shot with Gordon and Tana.

Oscar is the fifth child for the Ramsays, who have been married since 1996. He joins Meghan, 20, twins Jack and Holly, 19, and Matilda, 17.

The good news comes just under three years after Ramsay revealed that Tana had had a miscarriage at five months.

"We're together healing as a family, but we want to thank everyone again for all your amazing support and well wishes. I'd especially like to send a big thank you to the amazing team at Portland Hospital for everything they've done," he wrote in 2016.

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