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Gordon Ramsay’s Daughter Revealed She Was Hospitalised With PTSD After Two Sexual Assaults

today28 May 2021

Background

It’s hard to believe someone dared to take advantage of the daughter of one of the most renowned (and strikingly fierce) chefs in the world. 

 

But sadly, that is exactly what happened. 

 

21-year-old Holly Ramsay has recently shared that she spent months in private rehab hospital The Nightingale due to anxiety, PTSD and depression. The daughter of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay explained that she was forced to drop out of studying fashion design at university when she began to feel “very affected” by her mental health, as the aftermath of the sexual assaults she suffered when she was 18.

 

 

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A post shared by HollyAnna Ramsay (@hollyramsayy)

 

Ramsay explained that she had so much passion in fashion design at university, saying,

 

“I loved it. It was a very intense course.”

 

She added that,

 

“But by the second half of the first year I was being affected by my PTSD and I had no idea that this was happening. I was going out a lot, I was missing class because I’d been out.”

 

 

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A post shared by HollyAnna Ramsay (@hollyramsayy)

 

She elaborated further by saying,

 

“I was struggling a lot more, but I didn’t notice…[sic]”

 

For the sake of her mental health, Ramsay dropped out of Ravensbourne University after one year and was admitted as an inpatient to the Nightingale Hospital in Marylebone. She credited her recovery to the psychological help she had been receiving. 

 

“Since then, I have been in therapy up to three times a week. I now have these diagnoses that I carry around with me.”

 

 

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A post shared by HollyAnna Ramsay (@hollyramsayy)

 

She added,

 

“It’s confusing and I’m trying to take control of my narrative and use that to make something good.”

 

Of her diagnosis, Holly said,

 

“‘It was like a huge weight was taken off, and it was something I could explain why I was acting like that.”

 

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*Cover image via Darren Gerrish 

Written by: Farah Qistina


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