He may be fiery in the kitchen, but Gordon Ramsay caught a little hell of his own at his kid's school.
The "Hell's Kitchen" star said he actually got kicked out of his children's school for taking a selfie at an inappropriate time.
"I have failed. I failed at turning up for parents evening at my kids' school," he told VEGAS magazine. "And then when I went to the next one with my youngest, Tilly, I asked the headmaster for a selfie, after which I got kicked out, and so I really f---ed that one up!"
That wasn't all. The next day he was actually asked to not come back to the school to check on his kid's performances.
"I received an email saying, 'Can you please refrain from the next parents evening — we do not need the presence of Mr. Ramsay,'" he said.
Ramsay and his wife Tana are parents to four children: Megan, 17; twins Holly and Jack, 16; and Matilda, 14.
There's no question that the message of his children's school was harsh. And, as you know, Gordon knows about being harsh.
"The jacket goes on and I become a different beast because it's about standards and I want to be remembered for that," he said of his personality foul-mouthed persona on-camera during "Hell's Kitchen." "So am I hamming it up for the camera because I think it looks good? Far from it. It's real. So that level of passion gets misconstrued for anger. I'm live, it's just the way I am."
Still, he knows that sometimes he is a little too brutal on the contestants on his show, which is now in it's 16th season.
"There are times I've felt I've gone too far but yeah, I've made amends (to) pull it back up and put it back on track," he said, while comparing himself to Donald Trump. "I suppose that's the guy I am. It's all or nothing. I don't think it's ... listen, you guys nominated Donald Trump for president! That guy thinks it's a reality TV show. No one has told him yet that this is real."