Clarkson’s Farm star Kaleb on ‘crazy year’ with unseen snaps of Jeremy ahead of new series

Kaleb Cooper tests out his John Deere tractor

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Clarkson’s Farm’s Kaleb Cooper has shared a special Instagram post on Christmas Day with his 985,000 followers ahead of next year’s new series release. The farming contractor took to Instagram to reflect on the “crazy year” he has had alongside presenter Jeremy Clarkson, 61.

He posted a slew of pictures showing countryside landscapes and tractors working on the farm.

Two of the snaps featured Jeremy – one of him with Kaleb having a drink at a pub and another of just Jeremy wearing construction gear.

Kaleb’s caption read: “Just a few pics of the crazy but amazing year I’ve had.

“Would like to thank everyone who has joined me on this journey.

“2022 I’m coming for you!”

The TV star went on: “So much to look forward to.

“Demember dreams don’t work unless you do.

“Merry Christmas,” Kaleb signed off the festive message.

The post was flooded with messages from fans, who sent Kaleb and Jeremy their well-wishes.

Instagram user mc_intyre1981 penned: “Merry Christmas!

“You along with @jeremyclarkson1 brought a lot of joy to many during another testing year! Thank you.”

Julesgg2107 added: “Forwarding this to my husband who was Territory manager for both Class and Farmhand.

“Not often you see them together in a photograph.”

User alexsealandsky typed: “Have a great Christmas and best wishes for the new year.

“Good luck with Jeremy’s continued farming education!!!”

Earlier this week, Kaleb opened up about the reason his Christmas would be a “strange” one this year.

In an article for The Sunday Times, Kaleb explained how he would spend the festive day.

He said: “I’ll have lunch at my mum’s – Rachael – with my other half, Taya, who’s a dog groomer, and Oscar, my nine-month-old.

“I lost my gramp this year, so it’s going to be a little bit strange.

“He was like the role model in my life.”

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