Model Kelly Brook is launching own show to rival Clarkson's Farm
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Jeremy Clarkson's monopoly on the farming world could be about to come to an end.
That's because Kelly Brook has revealed she and her husband have been working on a new documentary following their life on an Italian olive farm.
In her post, Brook said she and her other half, Jeremy Parisi, had spent some time on his family's farm learning about the art of olive oil making.
And while it was only a pilot, the 43-year-old said she's hopeful it will take off and thanked the production team behind it.
She wrote: "Last Autumn, my husband and I filmed a pilot on his family farm in Italy during the olive harvest and captured the absolute beauty of where he is from and the beautiful family I am now married into!!
"Thank you @fulwell73productions for making this dream a reality and capturing so many wonderful moments on Film!
"We are not sure if this pilot will ever become a TV show however we are hoping one day it might!
"Arpino is where we were married and definitely a place we will be spending more time in the future and I’m looking forward to learning more about the business of olive oil farming!!"
Since sharing the update, Brook's fans have piled in to show their support.
Wishing the couple success, one follower said: "Hope it does become a series, missed you on the box."
Another commented: "How lovely. Fingers crossed for you both that series comes off."
"Would love to see this," put a third.
While someone else added: "Hope you do make this into a show - it looks heavenly!"
And who knows, with doubts cast over the future of Clarkson's Farm, there could soon be a gap in the market.
Fans of the hit Amazon series have been concerned for the show's future following the backlash the former Top Gear presenter received over comments he made about Meghan Markle in his column for the Sun.
Speaking last month, Prime UK’s head of originals, Dan Grabiner, confirmed that 'no decisions' had been made at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
"It’s a very complex topic but we are not interrupting production of the current season," he said.
"I can’t tell you what a phenomenon this show is and the impact it’s had on the agricultural community.
"We get messages from farmers around the world who just love the show, saying they’ve never really seen their world reflected properly on screen before. It’s a hell of a lot bigger than Jeremy Clarkson."
So watch out, Jezza.