Gordon Ramsay has copped some criticism this week after sharing a sweet image of himself and baby Oscar.
The 52-year-old, who welcomed his fifth child with wife, Tana Ramsay in April, has faced backlash on Instagram, after posting a snap with his adorable two-month-old son, Oscar.
“Walk in the Park with my new best mate,” Gordon captioned the photo, showing him holding Oscar in a baby carrier.
Fans soon warned the celebrity chef about the way Oscar was sitting in the sling.
“That support is not ergonomic and the child’s forehead position is not recommended. I advise you to change support for a more pleasant babywearing experience for both,” one commenter said.
“That harness is way to low and he should be facing towards you not away from you,” another person said.
“Please, Godron daddy read about ergonomic supports.”
“How lovely you wrap your baby, but Babybjorn is not good for the baby. First of all you’ll need to have his forehead right so you can kiss it without bending over. The baby is way to small to sit front out … just a friendly advice. may I suggest @ergobaby or another brand there’s is recommended..”
Another commenter recommended Gordon look up the TICKS rules for safe baby wearing, which details how the baby can be kept safe in carriers and slings. “Please take a look at TICKS rules for babywearing, to keep you and Oscar safe!”
Gordon and Tana are already long time parents to 20-year-old Megan, 19-year-old twins Holly and Jack, and 17-year-old Matilda.