Kaleb sent fans into meltdown as he took to social media to announce that filming for series 2 of the hugely popular Amazon Prime show is ‘well underway’
Clarkson’s Farm star Kaleb Cooper has delighted TV fans by confirming that series 2 of the Amazon Prime show is already filming.
Kaleb took to Instagram to share a behind-the-scenes glimpse at what he’s been up to since the show was renewed back in July.
The 21-year-old farmer has catapulted to fame after appearing on the show alongside former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson as the nature lovers get to work on Diddly Squat Farm.
Kaleb sent fans into meltdown when he took to social media to announce that filming for the second series of the hugely popular reality show is ‘well underway’.
The much-loved farmer posed in front of a tractor as cameramen could be seen filming him in action as the rolling green hills stunned in the background.
“Filming is well underway,” the young farmer captioned the shot.
“Enjoying every minute of it as well,” he added.
And it didn’t take long for fans to flock to Kaleb’s exciting post to gush over the news of the second series.
“Can’t tell you how excited I am for this. This has just made my day,” enthused one Clarkson’s Farm fan.
“YESSSS!! Kaleb!! You’re back. Can’t wait to see what you and Jezza get up to. Keep these coming please,” another swooned.
“He’s back,” someone else chimed.
Meanwhile, a fourth fan penned: “So happy there’s a new season coming. Love it so much.”
Kaleb’s update comes after his co-star Jeremy shared his concerns for the young farmer recently.
The 61-year-old TV star admitted that he’s worried that Kaleb’s livelihood is being driven out by the Government rules and regulations and rich outsider’s buying local land to make money.
Jeremy has now urged fans to ‘buy British’ in a bid to help 21-year-old Kaleb with his farming passion.
But he’s also now riddled with fears that Kaleb will never be able to fulfill his dream of purchasing his own farm.
“Kaleb’s fantastic, but it worries me how he’ll ever be able to afford his own farm,” Jeremy recently told The Sun.
“He’s up against hedge fund managers now who don’t necessarily want to farm it.”
Jeremy has posed the idea that supermarkets should have ‘Buy British’ buttons so shoppers can choose where to get their food from.
“Eating meat, if it’s grass-fed British meat, is a very eco thing to do,” he told the publication.
“My cows are wandering around eating pasture grass and having a very happy life.”
The TV presenter bought the 1,000 acres farm near Chadlington in 2008.
Despite having the land for over 13-years, Jeremy only started the farm two years ago after the original farmer retired.