GINO D’Acampo left his wife Jessica in tears as he surprised her with their wedding vow renewal in Italy.
The TV chef took Jessica, who he met aged 18 years old, to Puglia to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary and sprang the surprise on her over dinner.
Gino D’Acampo’s wife breaks down in tears after his epic surprise in the latest episode of Gino’s Italian Family Adventure
The couple renew their vows on their 20th anniversary in Italy
In the latest episode of Gino’s Italian Family Adventure Gino began to explain what was happening and said while pointing at a waitress: “So the Bella, she’s not really a waiter, she’s going to marry us again.”
Shocked, Jessica replied: “Are you being serious?”
Dressed in a white shirt a tie, Gino then handed her a bouquet of flowers, and said: “Yes, this is for you.”
Gino then showed Jessica a tablet screen to reveal their children, Luciano, 19, Rocco, 16, and nine-year-old daughter Mia on a video call.
Mia said: “Mummy you look beautiful, I wish I was there!”
Seeing his tearful mum, Luciano said: “Mum stop crying. It’s a happy day.”
Gino recently opened up about his marriage saying the couple have total trust in each other.
He revealed Jessica is not “jealous” of him being “surrounded by women”.
Speaking to Weekend magazine, Gino said: “When I met my wife I realised she was an extremely generous, clever woman.
“My friends’ girlfriends stopped them doing things, but from day one Jessica gave me a lot of freedom.
“If you try to cage men it won’t work. I can do pretty much what I want. If I say, ‘I’m taking friends out’ she doesn’t say, ‘But you’ve been away for the past week’.
“There’s no point having a man around if he doesn’t want to be there.”
The This Morning chef caused controversy earlier this month when he branded parents who let their children become fussy eaters “morons and idiots”.
Italian Gino explained: “When people talk to me about fussy children with food and ask me, ‘What do I think?’, I tell them there is no such thing as a fussy child. There isn’t such a thing.
“But there is a thing of moron parenting. By moron, I mean idiots. A child doesn’t grow up fussy. It’s not possible. It’s the parents.
“They can’t be bothered to fight, they can’t be bothered to have the argument at the table, they can’t be bothered to see their children go to bed without having any food. I can.”
The chef claims his youngest Mia will be sent to her room without food if she does not eat everything on her plate.
He added on the Sweat, Snot and Tears podcast: “Don’t eat the ravioli, it’s fine. So Mia would be at the table not eating anything.
“If you’re not hungry because you aren’t eating the ravioli, that means you can’t eat anything.
“Tomorrow instead of milk and cornflakes, what she’s going to find on the table? The same ravioli that was there last night. You only have to do it once.
“Of course, they will eat it because what they don’t want is to have the same ravioli at dinner time.
“I’m not comparing a dog to a child, for God’s sake, but it’s the same as a when you have a little puppy.
“You only have to tell him off and pretend to smack him a couple of times not to do the wee on the floor.
“Eventually, he’s not going to do the wee on the floor. He’s going to go outside.”
Gino and Jessica met in Marbella when he was a teenager
They share three beautiful kids and live in LondonCredit: Instagram
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