Kaleb Cooper embroiled in 'biggest ever falling-out' with Jeremy as Clarkson's Farm star details farm bust-up

Kaleb Cooper embroiled in 'biggest ever falling-out' with Jeremy as Clarkson's Farm star details farm bust-up

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Alex Davies

By Alex Davies

Published: 27/10/2023

- 10:03

The young farmer will be back alongside Jeremy in season three of Clarkson's Farm

Kaleb Cooper has teased that Clarkson's Farm fans will see him and Jeremy Clarkson lock horns in their "biggest ever falling-out" when the series returns for its third run.

Clarkson confirmed earlier this month that filming had officially wrapped on the all-new episodes and Cooper will be back alongside a number of other members of the Diddly Squat 'family'.

Cooper, who joined Clarkson in season one as a bright-eyed young farmer with an encyclopaedic knowledge of Chipping Norton's farming landscape, has now teased what fans can expect from the new episodes.

"No spoilers, but series three shows our biggest ever falling-out," Cooper explained, "because that man has just got to learn to listen to me."

The 25-year-old continued: "One of my favourite things is watching Jeremy get electrocuted on one of his own fences.

"And (the) last time it happened, I was thinking, ‘That’s my role really — I need to be his electric fence, stopping him doing silly things.’”

Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper

Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper will return in Clarkson's Farm season 3


Cooper also added in his latest interview with The Times that he "resented" Clarkson before the pair met in a professional capacity due to the Grand Tour star's demands to the locals.

The farmer recalled one instance when Clarkson asked Cooper to drive his tractor "more slowly" near Diddly Squat so that his cat could run free.

The duo are no stranger to clashing over certain issues when it comes to running the farm, with Cooper often growing frustrated at farming novice Clarkson's actions.

Luckily, the pair's chemistry blossomed and is just one of the reasons why they've managed to endear themselves to Amazon Prime Video viewers since Clarkson's Farm began.

Their friendship has provided a number of hilarious encounters on-screen and Cooper and Clarkson have both been praised for shedding light on the intricacies and hardships that come with British farming.

Cooper has since shot to global stardom since he began lending a helping hand to Clarkson at his Chipping Norton farm, leading to the release of his second book this month and a nationwide tour in the pipeline for 2024.

The jam-packed work diary is something not too unfamiliar for Cooper who often spends seven days a week, day and night, tending to fields not just at Diddly Squat but across Oxfordshire.

Nevertheless, it sounds like he'll still have to squeeze in time to film even more episodes of Clarkson's Farm next year as fans cross their fingers for a fourth season.

Kaleb Cooper and Jeremy Clarkson

Kaleb Cooper has starred in Clarkson's Farm since the beginning


The future of the Amazon show had been thrown into doubt after Amazon bosses were left "disappointed" with comments made by Clarkson about Meghan Markle in his now-famous column.

What followed were reports that Amazon had cut ties with the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire host beyond the projects already lined up at the time - Clarkson's Farm season three and the remaining Grand Tour specials.

However, in what appears to be a huge U-turn by Amazon bosses, it's been reported season four is all but confirmed by the streamer.

And Clarkson's girlfriend Lisa Hogan appeared to back the rumours that Clarkson's Farm will continue beyond season three thanks to a series of cryptic Instagram posts.

A release date for the third season of Clarkson's Farm remains unknown for now with the new episodes now in its editing phase.

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