Gordon Ramsay leaves newlyweds fuming as he 'gatecrashes' £1300 wedding to ...

Gordon Ramsay leaves newlyweds fuming as he 'gatecrashes' £1300 wedding to ...
Gordon Ramsay leaves newlyweds fuming as he 'gatecrashes' £1300 wedding to ...

A newlywed couple have slammed Gordon Ramsay and his production team for ruining their wedding day.  

Charlie Willis, 35, and his wife Laura, 29, tied the knot on a private beach in Newquay, Cornwall, last month, but were left devastated when the beach was 'gatecrashed' by film crew as they shot celebrity chef Gordon's new TV series Future Food Stars.

As Gordon and his team took over the beach at Lusty Glaze, the bride and groom described their day - that they had paid £1,300 - as a 'nightmare'. However, it is understood that the wedding party had not secured 'exclusive use' of the beach. 

Horror wedding: A newlywed couple have slammed chef Gordon Ramsay and his production team for ruining their wedding day after they took over the same beach in Newquay, Cornwall (pictured: Gordon in cooking tutorial on his YouTube channel)

Horror wedding: A newlywed couple have slammed chef Gordon Ramsay and his production team for ruining their wedding day after they took over the same beach in Newquay, Cornwall (pictured: Gordon in cooking tutorial on his YouTube channel)

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According to The Sun, Charlie, a plumbing merchant from Kettering, said he and his wife 'felt like extras' during their wedding. 

'The whole thing was a complete kitchen nightmare,' Charlie said. 'We had both worked so hard to save for that day and we felt like extras on a gameshow.'

The couple had paid £1,300 to host a private ceremony on the beach and a gourmet dinner for six people - costing £50 a head - after their nuptials. 

Gordon and his team, however, had taken over the kitchen due to filming, with Charlie claiming the couple's wedding dinner ended up being 'cheap and nasty'. 

Upset: Gordon had been filming for his new show, with married couple Charlie and Laura left fuming and 'feeling like extras' as their £1,300 wedding was taken over by film crew

Upset: Gordon had been filming for his new show, with married couple Charlie and Laura left fuming and 'feeling like extras' as their £1,300 wedding was taken over by film crew

A spokesperson for Lusty Glaze told the publication that the wedding party hadn't secured exclusive use of the beach, meaning Gordon and his team were allowed to continue with production in 'very unusual' circumstances. 

After hearing the newlyweds were unhappy, Gordon is said to have paid the couple their wedding costs in full as a kind gesture. 

His producer at Studio Ramsay, Sharon Powers, also sent the pair a letter apologising for any upset they had caused and insisting the team were 'mortified' they had impacted on their

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