Jeremy Clarkson provides update on Clarkson’s Farm season three return
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Jeremy Clarkson has provided us with an update on the season three return of Clarkson’s Farm.
In October 2022, the programme was renewed for a third series as fans can't get enough of his antics at Diddly Squat.
Prime Video confirmed that the new series will feature Kaleb Cooper, Clarkson’s girlfriend Lisa, Gerald and 'Cheerful' Charlie.
Taking to social media, he shared a photo of him cradling his newborn daughter.
He captioned the Instagram post: "Welcome to the world. Willa Grace Cooper. Born in CHIPPING NORTON."
And Cooper has so far been congratulated by many celebrities including GMTV presenter, Eamonn Holmes OBE and founder of Gymshark, Ben Francis MBE.
He's even had a comment from Hawkstone, the premium lager and cider brand created by Cooper and Clarkson.
The comment reads: "Congratulations! We’re drinking your cider to celebrate tonight!"
The news of Caleb's newborn is getting fans even more hyped for the new season as Instagram account @clarksonsfarmfans posted about the upcoming season with the caption 'who's excited'.
Clarkson himself responded in the comments, writing: "We actually won't finish filming it till October.
"There's something we are trying which won't be resolved till then.
"So it's a while off yet."
Well, when it comes to another popular Prime Video series The Grand Tour, co-presenter James May admitted that the show will be coming to a 'natural end' at some point - but denied that the trio had been asked to leave.
May told RadioTimes.com: "I mean, some people have said we've been cancelled.
"But really we're getting quite close to the end of our contract, but we didn't really have any particular plans to keep going because we're all really just getting a bit old.
"It might be time to let someone else have a crack at it."
He added: "It doesn't mean we're going to stop making TV.
"We might still make our individual things - farming or science or mending cars or whatever it is we get up to.
"But I don't know, to be honest. No one has told us to go away.
"It's reaching its natural end, like parties do.
"There comes a point at 4am when it is over."