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Gordon Ramsay’s £7m mansion has a lucky escape as Storm Eunice uproots huge tree

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Gordon Ramsay's £7m mansion has a lucky escape as Storm Eunice uproots huge tree

As Storm Eunice swept through the U.K on Friday, one star who had a lucky escape was Gordon Ramsay.  

Pictures show how the ferocious winds, reaching more than 75mph in London,  uprooted a huge tree just down the road from his £7million mansion. 

The mature tree caused considerable damage to neighbouring properties after it crashed into a brick wall.

Timber! As Storm Eunice swept through the U.K on Friday, one star who had a lucky escape was Gordon Ramsay. A huge tree was uprooted down the road from his £7m home

Timber! As Storm Eunice swept through the U.K on Friday, one star who had a lucky escape was Gordon Ramsay. A huge tree was uprooted down the road from his £7m home

Timber! As Storm Eunice swept through the U.K on Friday, one star who had a lucky escape was Gordon Ramsay. A huge tree was uprooted down the road from his £7m home

Tree surgeons worked tirelessly as they chopped down the established evergreen which had blocked the road. 

Its huge root system was visible after it had toppled over, with two of Gordon’s neighbours now having face the task of repairing the brick wall. 

The famous chef, 55, shares the luxury pad in south London, with his wife Tana and their five children – Megan, 23, twins Jack and Holly, 22, Matilda, 20, and Oscar, two. 

Storm: The mature tree caused considerable damage to neighbouring properties after it crashed into a brick wall

Storm: The mature tree caused considerable damage to neighbouring properties after it crashed into a brick wall

Storm: The mature tree caused considerable damage to neighbouring properties after it crashed into a brick wall

Damage: Tree surgeons worked tirelessly as they chopped down the established evergreen which had blocked the road

Damage: Tree surgeons worked tirelessly as they chopped down the established evergreen which had blocked the road

Damage: Tree surgeons worked tirelessly as they chopped down the established evergreen which had blocked the road

Gordon regularly shares glimpses inside his family home to social media, which he splits his time in between his other £4.4million holiday house in Cornwall. 

Gordon’s current London home features a state-of-the-art-kitchen which has vibrant purple counters and yellow and lime green stools. 

He regularly shares glimpses of it while posting updates of cooking videos to his Instagram.

Other details include a glass balcony from the kitchen that overlooks and goes out onto the sprawling garden, which has an immaculate lawn. 

Millions of Britons were urged to stay at home amid major travel chaos as Storm Eunice brought astonishing 122mph winds to the UK. 

The top speed recorded at Needles on the Isle of Wight means Eunice is now worse than the Great Storm of 1987 when gusts peaked at 115mph in West Sussex. 

Gusts of up to 60mph to 80mph were also widespread.  

Warnings run from 7am until 12pm in the South West and 10am to 3pm in the South East with forecasters concerned over ‘flying debris resulting in danger to life’ as well as ‘roofs blown off and power lines brought down’. 

Lovely: Gordon's wife Tana and his four children often share looks at their different homes on social media (Megan pictured in 2016)

Lovely: Gordon's wife Tana and his four children often share looks at their different homes on social media (Megan pictured in 2016)

Lovely: Gordon’s wife Tana and his four children often share looks at their different homes on social media (Megan pictured in 2016) 

Hundreds of schools were closed, all trains in Wales were suspended and rail passengers across England were told not to travel amid mass cancellations as the Army was on standby for what could be the worst storm in 32 years.  

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Shocking footage filmed in Bude, Cornwall, showed the storm taking down a huge tree which crashed onto a park.

British Airways cancelled more than 80 flights at London Heathrow and City airports, motorists were warned only to make essential journeys and major attractions closed including the London Eye, Kew Gardens and Legoland. 

On the Southeastern rail network, passengers were stranded on a train between Tonbridge and Sevenoaks in Kent.

Some 14,000 homes in Cornwall were left without power, while parks across London were closed and taped off. 

Sweet: Other details include a glass balcony from the kitchen that overlooks and goes out onto the sprawling garden, which has an immaculate lawn (Oscar pictured in last February)

Sweet: Other details include a glass balcony from the kitchen that overlooks and goes out onto the sprawling garden, which has an immaculate lawn (Oscar pictured in last February)

Sweet: Other details include a glass balcony from the kitchen that overlooks and goes out onto the sprawling garden, which has an immaculate lawn (Oscar pictured in last February) 

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