How many children does Gino D'Acampo have?

GINO D'Acampo has become a household name thanks to his incredible cooking and flamboyant personality.

The This Morning chef is sharing the spotlight with his kids on Gino's Italian Family Adventure, which sees the star introduce his British-born kids to his native cuisine.

How many children does Gino D'Acampo have?

Gino D'Acampo married his wife Jessica Stellina Morrison in 2002.

They have three children together.

On June 23, 2020, Gino shared a rare picture of his wife and children.

Here we take you through Gino's and Jessica's brood.


Luciano – known as Luci – is the eldest of Gino's family, born in the summer of 2002.

In June 2020, the TV chef opened up his family album to post cute throwback pics as he wished his eldest child a happy 18th birthday.

He wrote: "Buon Compleanno to my big boy ! @lucidacampo. Have a Fantastico birthday GDx."

Luci is a double of his famous father, with many fans commenting on this.


Rocci is Gino's middle child and is 15 years old.

He was born in 2006.

Like Luci, he also looks like his famous father.


Mia is Gino's youngest child and his only daughter.

She is just eight-years-old.

Gino dotes on his daughter and has shared some sweet snaps on social media.

What has Gino D'Acampo said about his children?

Speaking on This Morning, chef Gino revealed he makes sure his children eat properly, he said: "My kids are not allowed to be fussy eaters.

"The problem with fussy children is their stupid parents.

"I run a family kitchen and in my house we don't have options. I never had options, why should they?"

Out of the two parents, Jessica is the most relaxed when it comes to the children, with Gino adding: "You can see my wife look at the children, saying with her eyes 'Don't even think about it, he's not going to bend'."

In 2021, Gino decided to share more of his family life on screen with new show Gino's Italian Family Adventure, which sees the celeb chef take his children – who were raised in the UK – to Italy to rediscover their culinary roots.

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