Kaleb from Clarkson's Farm says he's never travelled by bus, train, plane, boat or taxi
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In 2021, Kaleb Cooper went from being a regular farmer in Chipping Norton to a huge TV star - which was as much of a surprise to him as anyone else.
Now he boasts more than 1.2 million followers on Instagram, but don't expect to see him out in Hollywood anytime soon. In fact, don't expect to see him more than half an hour away from the farm.
You can watch us catch up with Kaleb below:
A lot has changed for Kaleb since the first series of Clarkson's Farm. The 24-year-old is now a father, with a second child on the way, and he's even a published author.
But ultimately, he's still a farmer; and more importantly, he's still Kaleb.
"I'm still doing the farm and I'm still mucking out cows, I'm still milking cows, I'm getting covered in s**t, I'm still going out and digging holes with my bare hands," he told LADbible.
Asked if his newfound fame has taken him further afield, Kaleb replied with an emphatic no. Fields - yes, further afield - no.
"I went on holiday last weekend, to Broadway," he said. "In Evesham. Twenty-five minutes away."
It will come as no surprise then to hear that Kaleb has never been abroad, and he has no plans to. Indeed, before exploring foreign lands, he still has various modes of transport to experience.
"I haven't got a passport," he said. "I've never been on a train. Never been on a bus. Never been in a taxi - swear on my life... I've never been on a boat."
Basically, if it ain't agricultural machinery or his Nissan 350, he ain't interested.
But while this insular way of life may seem dull to some, Kaleb could say the same about the countless people who spend their days clock-watching, counting down until their next holiday.
Unlike so many, Kaleb has found his passion and is the epitome of the old adage - 'If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life.'
Sometimes, he works up to 117 hours in a week, averaging five or six hours sleep or night, but it's all worth it for him.
He said: "I'm a firm believer, if you wake up in the morning and go, 'Urghhh, got to work,' you're in the wrong job straightaway.
"I wake up and I go, 'Right, dreams don't work unless you do.' You know, that's one thing that's in my head all the time."
As for who he works for, that's a little more complicated. Sure, Jeremy Clarkson might own the farm, but Kaleb is adamant that Kaleb's Farm would be a more apt name for the show.
"He's definitely not my boss," Kaleb insisted. "He will say that he's my boss, and technically he owns the farm, but he's not my boss."
Series two of Clarkson's Farm launches on Prime Video on Friday (10 February).
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