It came as a bit of a shock, when the british tv chef Gary Rhodes suddenly died Tuesday at the age of just 59 years.
the Family announced nothing about the cause of death, but it did Rhodes' well-known colleague Jamie Oliver - for a while.
Like Gordon Ramsey and several other well-known chefs author Oliver a tribute to Rhodes, which he published on Instagram.
But shortly after removed Jamie Oliver a detail from its type. A detail about how Gary Rhodes died.
Jamie Oliver wrote that Rhodes died after a tragic fall' in his original postings on social media Wednesday morning.
the Passage was subsequently removed, but the media like the Daily Mirror and Daily Express have taken - or been sent - screenshots of Oliver's original posting.
Jamie Oliver's original obituary, which read:
'Unfortunately perished, the chef and the recipient of the 'Order of the British Empire' after a tragic fall. My heartfelt sympathy, love and many thoughts to his wife, children, friends and family.'
'Gary was a fantastic cook and an incredible ambassador for british cooking. He was a great source of inspiration for me as a chef, when I was younger.'
'He invented modern british cuisine with elegance and humor. Rest in peace, Boss.'
You can see how the edited lookup looks including. Why Jamie Oliver changed the text is not known.
But Gary Rhodes' family prayed in the notice of the death of 'privacy in this time', and mentioned nothing about the reason for the chef's sudden death.
Gary Rhodes died in Dubai on Tuesday evening with wife Jennie at his side.
He worked until his death.
Gary Rhodes was known from the tv programs such as 'MasterChef', 'MasterChef USA', 'Hell's Kitchen' and the series 'Rhodes Around Britain'.
He received the honour 'the Order of the British Empire' by queen Elizabeth in 2006 and was known for his great love for the british kitchen.Updated Date: 27 November 2019, 17:00