Jeremy Clarkson has brutal response as Kaleb Cooper shares teenage throwback snap | The Sun
JEREMY Clarkson gave an absolutely brutal response as Kaleb Cooper shared a teenage throwback snap.
The former Top Gear star is known for his edgy and cutting remarks and it's clear his co-star from Clarkson's Farm is no exception.
The Prime Video documentary series launched in 2021 and became an overnight success as Jeremy Clarkson attempted to run his 1,000-acre farm in the Cotswolds.
But Kaleb, 24, who had previous experience on the farm before the series started, recently shared a behind-the-scenes throwback picture of himself as a teenager on Instagram.
He is known on the programme to advise Jeremy on the technical details surrounding the farming equipment.
The personalities are also remembered by fans for their humorous exchanges as he attempted to held the former Grand Tour presenter with numerous tasks.
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He captioned the post: "This is a throw back 😂😂 14 years old working on a dairy farm. Dreams don’t work unless you do!"
However, much like their time on the show together, Clarkson sarcastically hit back, calling his colleague: "Bit pudgy,"
This comes after the star spent time at No10 Downing Street with the Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, who vowed to help farmers diversify.
Kaleb and his Diddly Squat Farm boss Jeremy Clarkson would no longer need council permission to turn barns into shops or restaurants under new proposals.
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Rishi said at the farm-to-fork summit: “We want to give farmers greater freedoms to make best use of their buildings.”
Amazon star Mr Clarkson previously told of his planning hell around turning some of his Cotswolds land into a farmshop – with irate councillors repeatedly blocking his plans.
And he was recently forced to shut down his farm restaurant – opened in an old barn – by the council, who said its "nature, scale and siting" was not compatible with its countryside location.
Parents have united to back his plans – to stop tourists putting kids at risk.
Scores of people now regularly flock to the farm and shop, made famous on the Prime show Clarkson's Farm.
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