Jeremy Clarkson makes major Clarkson’s Farm series 4 admission

Jeremy Clarkson has revealed he has started filming for the fourth series of ‘Clarkson’s Farm’.

The former ‘Top Gear’ presenter, 64, is back on screen for the third outing of his hit Amazon Prime TV show - which releases today (03.05.24) - but is already looking to the future and has announced that work on the next lot of episodes is already underway.

Speaking to the Daily Mail newspaper, he said: “We’re doing season four now.

“And every single day when we meet for filming, we have a vague idea about what I need to do, but I can guarantee it will change because the weather has changed, or some fence will have fallen down.

“And you never know what you’re going to end up doing. As long as you get content, it doesn’t matter what it is.”

This comes as Jeremy’s right-hand-man, Kaleb Cooper, 25, revealed he would be playing a slightly different role in the forthcoming series.

During an appearance on ITV's ‘This Morning’, he said: “I've got farm manager above my name now.

“To be honest with you, I think I was probably farm manager before I got the promotion. But we'll skip past that! I'm very grateful for the promotion anyway!”

‘The Grand Tour’ star’s girlfriend Lisa Hogan admitted his “heart” in his Diddly Squat farm is “as much as his head”.

When asked on 'Lorraine' if Jeremy would be showing his “softer side” in the upcoming series, Lisa said: “Yes, originally, it was all about thinking how he could manage the farm, and now his heart is in it as much as his head.”

The ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?’ presenter previously teased a “heartbreaking” moment where his partner broke down in tears after a piglet they helped rear died.

At a launch event, he said: “It was just a heartbreaking time.

“I’d never, ever seen Lisa cry, not once, until all this started and was unfolding. It was terrible.

“It is weird, because you love them and you help birth them and you feed and nurture and care for them. I mean, you don’t say, ‘Let’s buy some pigs and hope they die’.

“I’ve always liked pigs. My mother used to buy me toy pigs every Christmas and birthday into my twenties, and I thought it would be fun to have them - then they all just died in alarming numbers.”