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Screwing up their faces for a good old scream, there's no doubting the family resemblance here.
Gordon Ramsay and son Oscar, one, looked identical in a new snap posted to Instagram by the famous chef.
"The face you make when you’re on Lockdown No 3," he wrote, alongside the throwback.
In the shot both Ramsays sported Gordon's famous furrowed brow – though in Oscar's case it was his screaming that caused it, rather than wrinkles. The toddler, two in April, also shares his dad's thick blond hair.
The photo was clearly taken when Oscar was a younger infant, with Gordon currently in Costa Rica, where he and his team are working on his new show.
Travel during lockdown is allowed for work, and a spokesman told the Daily Mail that filming was Covid-compliant with regular testing taking place.
Tana is holding the for back home with Oscar and his siblings Megan, 23, 19-year-old twins Jack and Holly, and Matilda, 17.
But if their brood wasn't big enough already, Gordon revealed last week that Tana, 46, is asking for a sixth baby.
Gordon told US TV host Jimmy Fallon: "Tana is asking for a sixth across the lockdown because literally two hours ago our prime minister has announced we are in lockdown now until the frigging 15th of February.
Gordon and wife Tana Ramsay share five children together
"So she said we have good news, 'You are up late talking to Jimmy. Tomorrow night we go for number six!'"
From Gordon's point of view, the hot-headed chef already has his hands full with their French Bulldog puppy.
He added: “Oh my goodness he has been a mess, and he is still going through that period of being house trained.
"You can always tell when the dog s**ts because the smell rises and even before you open the bedroom door in the morning you think oh my God. It used to be gravy. Now it is dog s**t.”