Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper announces he's had a baby girl
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Kaleb Cooper, the loveable farmer and often knight in shining armour (or plaid shirts, should we say), has announced the birth of his first baby daughter.
Kaleb first rose to stardom after becoming a firm favourite on the show Clarkson's Farm, where he assisted in digging Jeremy Clarkson out of holes - both figuratively and literally, of course.
And it's been a tough few months for the farm, with the former Top Gear presenter having recentlyundergone a planning dispute with the local council after he struggled to get permission to build a restaurant and a car park.
But Cooper announced that there was a new addition to his family yesterday (10 June).
The Clarkson's Farm star took to social media to proudly tell fans of the fantastic news, sharing a photo of him cradling his newborn daughter on Instagram.
He captioned the 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!'
Cooper has certainly has a lot to celebrate these past few months, as he recently created a new farming bursary with the Royal Agricultural University.
Named after the famous farmer, the new funding will help those from non-farming backgrounds get into the industry.
Announcing the news on his Instagram yesterday (12 May), Cooper told his 1.8 million followers: “It means a lot to me to share this announcement today.
"I truly believe Agriculture is for anybody no matter your background and having come from a non-farming family myself I want to encourage others with the passion and determination to pursue their career within the industry.”
It was also announced that students can apply for the financial support from this September and will have the opportunity to do a placement with Cooper, or one of his colleagues.
A third series of Clarkson's Farm also said to be going ahead as planned, with fans already speculating what might be on the cards.
And Clarkson himself has already given away a couple of suggestions as to what new animals could be welcomed on the farm this time around.
One fan visiting the Diddly Squat Farm Shop tweeted about how the queue was really long, to which Jeremy responded: 'I’m sorry it’s so long. I’d come over if I wasn’t feeding the pigs.
"And if I didn’t have such a massive hangover.'