Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper announces he and his fiancée are expecting
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Jeremy Clarkson's right hand man Kaleb Cooper has announced he and his fiancée are expecting.
And let's just say his gender reveal party was very apt. Check it out:
The Clarkson's Farm star took to social media with his partner Taya to share the big news, writing: "Only one way to do a Gender Reveal!"
Footage shows the pair in front of two massive tractors, with Kaleb asking those in attendance: "Shall we count down together? I'm a bit nervous actually."
After counting down from three the engines turn on, causing pink smoke to charge out of the exhausts - yes, they're having a baby girl.
The exciting news arrives shortly after Kaleb and Taya announced their engagement.
In a separate Instagram post shared on Christmas Day, the happy couple - who already share a son together - uploaded a shot of them with Taya's ring on display.
Alongside the photo, the 24-year-old wrote: "She said yes! 2022 has been an amazing year. This definitely tops it off.
"I honestly can’t wait for 2023 and all the following years after that. @tayaaaxx your my best friend as well as the love of my life. Was a long wait for this (6 and a half years)."
Hundreds of people have shared their congratulations while praising their unique gender reveal choice.
"Congrats to you both," wrote one. "Easily the best gender reveal that I’ve seen."
Another said: "Best gender reveal ever, and believe me, there are A LOT on the reels etc. CONGRATS."
"Many congrats to you both," added a third. "Brilliant gender reveal."
And a fourth chimed in: "I did this back in 2019 with my step dad's tractor, we had a girl."
Thankfully Kaleb appears to be in a good spot in his life, but the same can't be said for his co-star and Diddly Squat Farm owner.
As many of you will be well aware, the divisive presenter has been at the centre of a scandal in recent weeks following a scathing The Sun column he wrote against Meghan Markle.
But his most controversial statement of all arrived when he described how he 'dreams of the day' she is 'made to parade naked through the streets' of Britain as people 'throw lumps of excrement at her'.
It didn't take long for the backlash to build, so much so that Clarkson's own daughter criticised his hate-fuelled tirade.
Despite the grovelling post, it's since been reported that once the presenter's contracts and the already commissioned seasons of his Amazon Prime shows are out, his time with the streaming service will come to an end.
That being said, the streaming service told LADbible that the second season of Clarkson's Farm will air on 10 February and will be followed by a third season - so we don't have to say goodbye to Kaleb's on-screen antics just yet.