Jeremy Clarkson has awkwardly revealed the horrific text his accidentally sent his daughter.
The Grand Tour host - who has two daughters, Emily and Katya, and one son, Finlo - explained what went down:
He voice-messaged his youngest daughter Katya a text, which did not turn out as expected.
"Before we move on I just want to tell you a little bit more about that Volkswagen system of texting," he explains.
"Cause, I was using that to send a text from my car the other day to my youngest daughter.
"And I put four kisses at the end.
"Which is normal.
"And I said "x, x, x, x" okay?
"This is what she got."
The text that no daughter wants to receive from her father read: "X Sex Sex Sex."
The audience erupted in laughter while the panel were cringing out of their skin.
"Oh no!" gasped Richard Hammond.
"Oh that is awkward!
"What did she say?"
"We haven't spoken since," Clarkson said.
We can't be sure if he was joking or not?
The father-of-three who is probably on better terms with his eldest daughter, recently became a grandad as Emily welcomed her first child into the world.
Emily and husband Alex Andrew announced the arrival of their little girl on Instagram on Sunday 5 February, saying that she had given birth on 1 February.
The 28-year-old named her newborn daughter, Arlo Rose, and has let fans know that her and baby are both doing 'really well'.
The post was accompanied by a black and white photo of Emily holding Arlo in hospital.
She captioned the photos: "We’re all doing really well at home and just loving this time hanging out as a family so will be back online in a little bit."
Emily and Alex announced that they were expecting towards the end of last year, posting on social media: "We’re so delighted to share that we’re expecting a baby girl in early 2023," alongside a picture of them holding her blossoming baby bump.
Since sharing the news, the new parents have had hundreds of heartwarming messages from followers with one saying: "Congratulations to all three of you! So a lifetime of happy memories waiting just around the corner."
Another added: "Welcome to the world Arlo!"
While a third commented: "Congratulations to you all."