Looking to current position, it is said he is divorce with his wife and having an affair with another lady on one hand but on other hand he is said he is happily married with Irene till today.
Since, he is open person regarding his sexuality and relationship status, he is not gay and neither people doubt in it.
When he was youthful, he was tormented by schoolmates at school as a result of his interesting and regularly misspoke last name, Hagelganz, and for being the child of the minister of Arcadia Presbyterian Church.
He later received the stage name, Gaines, in the similarity of his uncles, Reuben, a radio commentator, and Ronnie, a jazz club entertainer, who likewise utilized the name professionally.
His daughter Emily also has ambitions to be a chef.
Meanwhile, The Waterside Inn retains its three Michelin stars under Michel Snr's son Alain.
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Timothy "Tim" Gaines was born as Timothy Hagelganz; December 15, 1962. He is most known for being the bassist of the Christian metal band Striper.
'Regardless of that, the core message of this series is that working front-of-house should be seen as a career path and a profession to be proud of, just as it is in France, Italy and Spain.'The programme is a departure from the French restaurateur's judging stints on Masterchef where keen cooks compete for the big prize.
It should be second nature.' As the trainees progress, they learn the skills needed to lead the service in some of Europe's most famous restaurants.
The program hopes to show that working front-of-house is a brilliant career in its own right.
'It was the dark ages,' he says, shaking his head with disgust. It's hard to pin down exactly when some of society's more seismic shifts began.
You would go to the Lyons Corner House where they would give you bleached bread and vegetables saturated with water. You have no idea what it was like.' Michel, who had been head chef at the Paris mansion of the Rothschild family, moved to Britain at the behest of his brother Albert, who thought the Brits needed to be taught a thing or ten about how to eat.