Its a responsibility! Jeremy Clarkson speaks out as Kaleb takes rare break from farm

Jeremy Clarkson discusses the success Clarkson's farm

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Jeremy Clarkson’s sidekick Kaleb Cooper, 21, is often seen helping him with his duties on the popular Amazon series Clarkson’s Farm. In an interview this week, the 61-year-old said it had been a bigger responsibility managing the farm alone, as the farmer took his first holiday away from Oxfordshire. 

In an interview on RTE Radio, Brendan O’Connor began by praising the car enthusiast for showing the highs and lows of running a farm on his show.

He went on to say that Kaleb seemed to be “endlessly patient” with Jeremy and hoped he was paying him well.

“Farming is being represented as it really is,” the presenter agreed.

But on Kaleb being patient, he jokingly said: “He isn’t. He shouts at me all the time!

“He gets up in the morning and he shouts at me all day long.”

The Grand Tour star went on to say that Kaleb had ventured out of Oxfordshire for his first holiday this week.

On how he had been coping, he joked: “It’s a responsibility having to look after the farm on my own, but it is nice not being shouted at all the time by him.”

On the show, Jeremy’s partner Lisa Hogan is also seen mucking in with the duties and runs the Diddly Squat Farm Shop.

Agreeing farming wasn’t what she had signed up for, he said: “She’s had a big change in her life from whatever she was doing before which was mostly appearing in pretty frocks.”

He went on to say she was now mostly in tracksuits and not fazed by farming duties.

The former model admitted she almost said no to moving from London to Oxfordshire at first.

Speaking to The Times, Lisa said the opening of the Diddly Squat Farm shop is what got her to move.

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The mother-of-three admitted she might’ve said no if her partner had asked her to move outright.

She wrote: “I think Jeremy wanted me to move down here full-time, but if he’d said that to me I might have just said no.

“I said I would do it, but I want to be able to do what I want to do in it.”

The car enthusiast initially bought the farm back in 2008.

After the original owner retired, he decided to take on the duties himself.

Learning on the job was documented in the first series of Clarkson’s Farm last year. 

Viewers praised Jeremy for his farming efforts and demanded for more episodes to be aired.

It has since been recommissioned for a second series.

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