Jeremy Clarkson has shared the latest mishap on his Cotswolds farm as he and his co-star Kaleb Cooper prepare for season 2 of Clarkson’s Farm.
The Grand Tour host has been documenting his move to the rural area after buying a farm back in 2019.
After his new Amazon Prime series gained popularity – partly thanks to the banter between Jeremy and farmer Kaleb – there’s soon to be more on the way.
But it seems everything is far from smooth sailing as Jeremy gave another insight into the pair’s day-to-day activities.
In a video posted on the presenter’s Instagram account, fans could see one of his tractors stuck in a wheelie position after a crash.
‘Who did this? Jeremy, or Kaleb?’ Jeremy asked his four million followers.
However, the culprit of the misplaced tractor soon became clear, with the star protesting his innocence.
He reminded Kaleb: ‘It isn’t me, I’ve been tasting beer all afternoon, look what you’ve done! You clown.’
He pans out to reveal exactly what’s happened to his tractor, which is sporting a combine attachment, not looking in the best way.
Jeremy captioned the clip: ‘Morons. I’ve got morons on my team.’
But Kaleb hit back, joking: ‘This is all your fault. But guess I’ve got the skill of pulling wheelies in tractors.’
With series two in the works, it’s more than likely the unfortunate moment will feature on the show, with fans delighted they’d been given some insight over what’s to come.
They soon saw the funny side of the incident, with one commenting: ‘I’m not even mad, I’m impressed.’
Another said: ‘Hahaha I literally love you guys. So glad – we have a season two of the farm coming!!’
A third quipped: ‘First Lamborghini I’ve ever seen doing a wheelie. Well done team!’
A fourth took aim at Jeremy’s Grand Tour co-star, writing: ‘Sure Hammond wasn’t driving right?’
It’s not the only trouble to have taken place in the picturesque location in recent days, with Jeremy the latest star to be stitched up for Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.
He confirmed the Geordie duo were behind a stunt which is yet to be broadcast, which saw his Range Rover sprayed with three tonnes of mushroom compost by ‘angry protestors’ during a fake campaign.
Jeremy Clarkson’s Farm series one can be streamed on Prime Video now.