Lad to Dad: Gaz Beadle on Babies, Hell’s Kitchen and Returning to the Shore

Geordie Shore star Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle recently shocked fans by announcing girlfriend Emma’s pregnancy on social media. Now, the reality star opens up about the excitement of fatherhood and smashing it in Australia’s Hell’s Kitchen.

“The show has taught me so much – from enjoying the pleasures of seafood to adding olive oil with my steak. I would never have done anything like that. Because it’s Marco Pierre White, you have to say ‘yes’ to everything!”.

Beadle, known for his outrageous antics on MTV’s Geordie Shore, talks about giving up on the party scene. Let’s not forget, there’s a baby on the way!

“I think I’ve done more partying in my ’20s than most people would do in their entire life. It’s not about being ‘sick’ of it, but more about being ‘bored’ of the same activity. I wouldn’t mind something different, something new”.

As he begins to swap the beer bottles in exchange for the milk bottles, Beadle speaks about the close relationship with the mother of his baby.

“Emma and I do everything together. Instead of saying ‘I’m going with the boys’, I would ask her ‘Are we going?’ When we’re sitting at a restaurant, I would see someone pushing a pram and think, ‘that’s going to be me!'”.

Everything seems to be running smoothly for daddy-to-be Gary Beadle. But, what about returning to the shore?

“It’s all in the air right now. I’m going to be a dad – can’t do both! Emma and I are trying to figure out what’s going to work best. But, in the meantime, I’m ready for the next chapter.”

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