Although it's now been disproved to some extent, old folklore says that babies bear a lot of resemblance to their fathers - possibly so there's less chance of the father abandoning their newborn.
Well, whether or not that is or isn't true, it's hard to deny the resemblance between master chef Gordon Ramsay and his son Oscar - as this hilarious (and hilariously accurate) tweet pointed out:
Why doe Gordon Ramsay's son look like he about to yell at me for overcooking the scallops pic.twitter.com/XD1uguRzM9
- Give Me Internet (@GiveMeInternet) August 15, 2019
They've got a good point. Oscar - who is Ramsay and his wife Tana's fifth child, born back in April - does look like he's on verge of delivering one of his dad's trademark outbursts, though presumably he's way too young to be able to use words, especially the kind of profanity his father seems to love so much.
But then, as one Twitter user pointed out, little Oscar would have every right to be annoyed: "Because overcooked scallops are the worst." Still, better than undercooked scallops, which can make you very, very ill - something we know from firsthand experience.
The Hell's Kitchen star announced the birth of Oscar on Instagram with a post on 4 April that displayed both his sense of humour and just a touch of hubris:
Only time will tell whether or not Oscar grows into the intimidating look showcased in this picture, but a life in the limelight already seems to be on the cards. Not only was he whisked - get it? - from the hospital to one of his dad's restaurants, but he already has his own Instagram account. Managed by his older sister Tilly, it already has more than 118,000 followers.
That's definitely not something to frown about.
Ramsay on the other hand may have had cause to furrow his brow recently. Twitter users have been regularly roasting the TV chef of late, whether for his underwhelming full English breakfast or the consistency of his gravy.
When Gordon proudly shared a picture of a 'proper Sunday roast' at the chef's Heddon Street Kitchen back in April, the internet was quick to disagree. One user wrote: "Look at that gravy, it's a disgrace. Team proper thick gravy."
Looks like it may have been even worse than an overcooked scallop.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@oscarjramsay