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‘She takes charge’ MasterChef’s Gregg Wallace admits wife bans him from helping out

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Gregg Wallace, 57, has admitted that his wife doesn’t allow him to help out with household chores. The celebrity chef spoke out about his relationship with his wife during Christmas.

It’s a matriarchal household

Gregg Wallace

Gregg spoke to Radio Times about his Christmas holidays with the family.

Talking about who does what, he said he was in charge of the drinks. 

“I do drinks while Anna and her mum do the food,” he said. 

“I don’t even suggest helping out.

“My wife chooses not to work and says, ‘If it’s inside the front door, darling, it’s my responsibility,’” he added. 

The star then explained that he lived in a “matriarchal household.”

“It’s a matriarchal household and every year I buy one present for my wife and she buys all the others.”

He spoke about how his family Christmases were a big event. 

He also added that the family goes extra large when it comes to food. 

He said in particular that his wife Anna was especially “Christmas-crazy.”

“Christmas in my house is huge. My wife Anna is Christmas-crazy,” the star TV chef said. 

Gregg said that they normally have up to seven trees up in the family house. 

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He explained: “We had seven trees up last year, and two of them projected snowflakes onto the ceiling.

“My Italian in-laws live with me – we’ve got panettones as far as the eye can see – and we go big on everything. 

“Two or three joints of meat, bowls of every vegetable and four or five puddings. 

“Yule logs are brilliant, but my wife’s coffee panna cottas are a thing to behold.”

The chef also said that Christmas is very much the time of year where he likes to let loose when it comes to drinking. 

He also explained that Trivial Pursuit is where he and his mum normally battle it out. 

Gregg said he is always the score-master of Blankety Blank.

You can read the full interview in the Radio Times, out now.

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