Entertainment Gordon Ramsay, Fred Sirieix and Gino D'Acampo film new show in Greece
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They've been busy filming the new series of Gordon, Gino and Fred's Road Trip in the Greek capital Athens.
And Gordon Ramsay, Gino D'Acampo and Fred Sirieix enjoyed a well-earned rest as they chilled out by their campervan as they continued filming scenes for their new show in in Kalambaka,on Saturday.
The trio were seen happily relaxing in their fold up chairs before Celebrity chef Gordon, 54, and First Dates star Fred, 49, sipped on refreshing looking drinks during downtime from the show.
Chef Gino, 44, looked at ease in a black top and cream trilby hat as he shook hands with Fred as the group chilled out amid their trip.
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They were surrounded by several crew members as they relaxed, with a cooler box no doubt filled with refreshments seen nearby.
It comes after Gordon and Fred seemingly came to Gino's aid during an intense run at Panathenaic Stadium in Athens last week.
Gino appeared to be struggling as he donned ankle and arm weights during the exercise session as chef Gordon and Fred, both wearing weighted vests, stood either side of him.
This Morning star Gino looked to be grimacing while experienced marathon runner Gordon and Fred linked arms either side of him and helped him along.
The group had earlier appeared in good form as they were seen running along a track in scenes for their upcoming travel show.
They were later joined by a plethora of crew members donning blue face masks as they made their way around the stadium.
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Meanwhile, the pals were seen larking about in their blue campervan as they hit the road in Greece.
They were seen chatting and laughing away as they drove through the streets in the glorious sunshine.
It comes after the trio's planned stint around Asia for the show was postponed thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The TV chefs and maître d' were planning to head to Nepal and spend three weeks gallivanting across Asia for their hit ITV series - but the deadly virus - which originated in Wuhan in China - put a stop to production last year.
With travel grounded and most TV shows being thrown into logistical chaos, the trio reportedly had to shelve their plans for what was set to be their 'most adventurous trip to date' for the time being.
According to a source at the time, filming in Asia will be unlikely to go ahead until sometime later this year.
An insider told: 'Gordon, Gino and Fred's latest road trip was going to see them heading to Nepal. The plan was for them to travel around and film in as many Asian countries as they could fit in over a three-week period.
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'It was going to be their most adventurous trip to date — in terms of the countries they visited as well as the food they would have experienced and the culture.
'But now it seems Asia is going to be firmly off the cards for some time and it's unlikely any filming will be able to take place until well into 2021.
'Obviously, it's gutting for them all as they love working together, and going away on their work trips has become a highlight for Gordon, Gino and Fred.
'They want to make sure the next series is just as outrageous, however, so even though their next adventure may be closer to home, they want it to be the best yet.'
The popular show has been packed with drama and hilarious anecdotes - as well as the odd near-death experience.
It comes after Gordon revealed he's lost £57 million during the Covid pandemic after being forced to close his restaurants for much of 2020.
The chef, who owns 35 restaurants and is scheduled to open five more in 2021, admitted he's been 'devastated' by the financial impact of the crisis, and lost £10 million worth of bookings in January alone due to the third lockdown.
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Gordon had previously revealed he was forced to cancel 22,000 bookings for his restaurants in December as England was placed in tiered restrictions following a rise in Covid cases.
Gordon told The Sun: 'In December we had £10m worth of reservations wiped out overnight.
'As of 19th March to 3rd February this year we've suffered £57.5million worth of turnover down.'
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