Jamie Oliver lets his children swear at Christmas

Apparently it's to get it out of their system!

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has revealed that allows his children to swear at Christmas. His five children, who range in age from 16-months to 15, are given leave to swear freely for one minute over the holiday.
The 42-year-old made the confession on The Russell Howard Hour, admitting he lets the children have a free-for-all potty mouthed session for 60 seconds at Christmas. He added that swearing is banned for the rest of the year, making this feel like a rather bizarre treat for his offspring. He also admitted that he enjoys swearing himself, but doesn't approve of it from his kids.
Jamie Oliver with wife Jools and their children.
Jamie has five children, Poppy, Daisy, Petal, Buddy and River with his wife Jools Oliver. He's admitted to being shocked by some of the rude words that 7-year-old Buddy knows, in particular.
He also told Russell Howard that his festive feast is only open to immediate family, having previously cooked for groups of 30 and finding it 'like work'. Understandable for a professional chef!
Originally published on Yours UK.