Jeremy Clarkson’s often frustrated farmhand, Kaleb Cooper, has become a breakout star following the airing on Clarkson’s Farm, but has opened up about the downside of his newfound fame.
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The farmer, who works on Diddly Squat Farm, admitted that he recently hid in the toilets of a cinema after being recognised, was inundated with football fans who wanted selfies during a weekend in Stratford-Upon-Avon, and was even greeted by former Prime Minister David Cameron.
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Kaleb, 23, said: “The next day I told Jeremy I thought I saw David Cameron. Jeremy said, ‘Yeah, he did tell me. You didn't realise who he was, did you?’ I said no.’”
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Speaking about his relationship with Jeremy, he added: “He doesn’t listen to me, he never listens to me. I tell him to do one thing and he does the complete opposite. I get very annoyed when he messes up. That is very much genuine.” He added: “We just laugh all the time, our banter and sense of humour are very much the same. He's a great chap.”
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Chatting about his farming endeavour to HELLO! back in June, Jeremy said: “Farming is just an immensely complex business, there are idyllic evenings when you find yourself leaning on a fence looking at your sheep, or stopping for a ploughman’s when you’ve been on a tractor all morning – but sitting and filling in your EU paperwork, or running an accident book isn’t great – especially not with Kaleb on the farm! Like with many jobs, you have to be so many things in order to do it.”
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