Jeremy Clarkson shuts down Clarkson's Farm co-star Kaleb Cooper over Lisa Hogan birthday remark

Jeremy, Lisa and Kaleb

Clarkson jokingly shut Cooper down over a comment about Hogan

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Olivia Gantzer

By Olivia Gantzer

Published: 30/05/2024

- 11:52

Updated: 31/05/2024

- 10:12

It came as Clarkson marked his partner's birthday on social media

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Jeremy Clarkson gave a very blunt response to his Clarkson's Farm co-star Kaleb Cooper after he made a quip about Lisa Hogan.

Clarkson, 64, took to social media to celebrate girlfriend Hogan, 51, on her birthday this week, and his 25-year-old co-star was quick to comment. Taking to Instagram, the former Top Gear star shared a snap of Hogan smiling in a grey top hat, writing: "Birthday girl."

Many fans joined him in wishing Hogan a happy birthday in the comments section, including their Clarkson's Farm pal Cooper.

He penned: "Now the question is did Lisa like my singing this morning happy birthday," along with a laughing emoji.

In typical Clarkson fashion, he responded with a simple: "No," before Hogan herself interjected.

After her partner shut Caleb down, she replied: "adored all perfectly sung first five words," before adding: "I really did, t'was perfection."

Dublin-born Hogan works at and lives on Diddly Squat Farm with Clarkson, with the pair both featuring in the hit Amazon Prime series.

Now a farming expert, Clarkson frequently offers commentary on political matters and recently waded in on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's proposals to introduce national service to 18-year-olds if he remains in power.

In response, Clarkson penned to his eight million followers: "Here’s an idea. Instead of national service, which is obviously idiotic, how about kids working on farms."

Lisa Hogan and Jeremy Clarkson

The couple both star in Amazon Prime's Clarkson's Farm


The television presenter's series follows the group at their Oxfordshire farm, sharing the highs and lows of the lifestyle with viewers.

While he's seen several triumphs since taking on the project, Clarkson was recently left comforting Hogan during a heartbreaking moment at the farm.

In a recent episode of the new series, Hogan broke down in tears after the pair discovered some of the farm's piglets had sadly died.

“One of them is as weak as hell," Clarkson informs the team at one point after reaching into an incubator.

They later realised two of the piglets hadn't survived, and Hogan cried: "Oh no," before becoming emotional.

As she cradled the baby animals, Clarkson tried to console her with a comforting hug.

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