Gordon Ramsay floors fans as he debuts jaw-dropping bushy beard transformation

Gordon Ramsay left Instagram fans flabbergasted as he took to social media to showcase a new look.

The 54-year-old TV chef looked totally different as posed for the image declaring he was readying himself for the colder months ahead.

It was unclear if the Hells Kitchen star was about to go undercover as part of the hit series or if the ordinarily clean shaven star had attempted to switch up his image.

The blonde haired dad of five boasted a whispery long beard that matched his neatly trimmed tresses.

He captioned the jaw dropping snap: "Winters coming, I'm growing my beard father Christmas."

Swoons of comments quickly amassed in Gordon's comments section, with many questioning if the beard was real or not?

One inquisitive fan asked: "Is this real?"

Others responded adding: "I can't tell lmao," and "pretty sure it is".

While others were more sceptical, responding: "Of course it's fake," and "not real, he goes undercover".

Meanwhile, Gordon's daughter Tilly is busy taking the UK by storm as she competes in this years Strictly Come Dancing.

The 19-year-old was top of the leaderboard at the weekend after she dazzled the judges with her incredible rendition of the Charleston which left her famous dad sobbing in the BBC audience.

Proud dad Gordon was in the audience for the very first time as he watched his daughter ace her routine with professional partner Nikita Kuzmin.

He could be seen dabbing his eyes as the judges all raised from their seats to give the pair a well deserved standing ovation.

The pair received the highest score of the competition so far, earning themselves 34 points which was a huge booster from their 21 score last week.

After Tilly's dad had been spotted crying on screens he took to Twitter to joke that there was a "bag" of onions next to him at the production centre.

Adding: "Tills…so proud ! Voting is now open Gx."

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