Jeremy silenced the claims on social media (Picture:UNKNOWN
No, Jeremy Clarkson isn’t planning to expand his beloved Diddly Squat Farm.
In 2008 the former Top Gear host, 63, purchased 1000 acres from what was formerly part of the Sarsden estate in Oxfordshire.
His attempts to try his hand at farming have been captured by cameras for the first two seasons of his series Clarkson’s Farm.
After reports claimed that the broadcaster ‘submitted plans’ to extend his farm with a food kiosk and picnic tables.
However, frontman Jeremy has insisted that isn’t the case.
‘This story is not true,’ he wrote on X (formerly known as Twitter).
This story is not true. There are no plans to expand the farm shop. I do wish headline writers would pay attention. pic.twitter.com/z3SrdHuqu8
— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) September 15, 2023
‘There are no plans to expand the farm shop. I do wish headline writers would pay attention.’
The future of the farming reality show on the streaming platform has appeared unclear for quite some time following the outrage that Jeremy caused with his widely-criticised column about Meghan Markle, which he later apologised for.
The working relationship between Amazon and Jeremy has seemingly improved, and they are allegedly now in active talks, meaning season four could be on the horizon.
Jeremy, 63, teased a possible return himself just last month.
Clarkson’s Farm was a hit with viewers (Picture: Amazon)
In a tweet posted on Thursday, August 24, he simply wrote: ‘Stand by for some fantastic news from Clarkson’s Farm.’
24 hours later, he revealed it was a joke, writing: ‘And here is the fantastic news. A HUGE amount of piglets’.
While speaking at Edinburgh TV Festival, Amazon representatives spoke out about Clarkson’s Farm, with Fozia Khan – unscripted lead for UK Originals at Amazon Studios – saying that the show was ‘so much bigger than Clarkson’.
‘It’s a really good show,’ she added.
Clarkson’s Farm is available to watch on Prime Video.
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