Jeremy Clarkson has opened up about an "awful accident" that took place on Diddly Squat Farm, the location where he films his hit Amazon Prime Video show, Clarkson's Farm.
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Chatting to The Guardian, the TV personality explained: "I had the most awful accident last week. I hit a telegraph pole with a very expensive piece of borrowed equipment. So I’m in deep [expletive]."
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He also chatted about his love of farming, explaining: "I definitely sleep better after a day on the farm. There are no cameras here today, though. I’ve had to write a column and I’m seeing you. But as soon as you’re gone, weather permitting, I’m back on the tractor."
The star previously told HELLO!: "Literally everybody told me not to do it! Because farming is a vocation. You either need to be born into it or you need to go to agricultural college and learn how to do it.
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"You can’t just say, 'I’m going to do farming.' I think John Humphrys tried to do farming – it lasted a year, and by his own admission he hated it, couldn’t do it and it was too difficult - it is phenomenally difficult!"
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Despite the trials involved with the vocation, Jeremy is currently filming a second series of the hit show, which was previously confirmed by his farmhand (and overall fan favourite) Kaleb Cooper. Sharing a snap of himself filming the series on Instagram, Kaleb wrote: "Filming is well underway. Enjoying every minute of it as well!"
Fan were thrilled to hear the update, with one person writing: "Can't wait for it. Best thing on the telly." Another said: "Keep up the great work matey, and keep that Clarkson under control. Lol. Really looking forward to the next series."
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