Kaleb Cooper not pleased with how Jeremy Clarkson ‘refers to him’ in new Diddly Squat book

Clarkson's Farm: Kaleb Cooper reviews new book based on show

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Kaleb Cooper became a star after he appeared in Jeremy Clarkson’s hit farming show Clarkson’s Farm earlier this year. However, he’s now admitted he’s not thrilled about how Jeremy referred to him in his new book.

Kaleb shared his thoughts on Instagram earlier this evening when he discussed Diddly Squat: A Year on the Farm.

In a short clip to his 928,000 followers, he quipped it was the first book he’d ever read.

He said: “So I’ve discovered what this is – this is a book.

“And I’ve read my first ever book. Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat: A Year on the Farm, which is out today by the way.

“Now he refers to me as a tractor driver. Not too sure how I feel about that.

“I like to think of myself as the farm manager – as it is Kaleb’s Farm of course!

“Make sure you pick a copy up. Give it a read, let’s hope you learn something.”

Alongside the video, Kaleb penned: “I read and reviewed my first ever book @jeremyclarkson1.”

Posting in response, the PrimeVideoUK team joked he should read the audiobook.

They commented: “We need you and Gerald to narrate the audiobook.”

Many fans of the pair also weighed in with their thoughts about the video.

User Adds_256 penned: “I sincerely hope you are getting a Christmas bonus for this advertising.”

Mauroo_was_here added: “I just imagine Jeremy behind the camera yelling at you to say nice things about the book.”

Dalek4.0 wrote: “The country learned more about farming and agriculture from you two than has ever been taught in schools!”

“Ahh bless you. You’re both fab together,” added justamanda1.

“Yup Kaleb for farm manager all the way!!” (sic)

Jeremy and Kaleb are known for their bantering relationship on and off-screen.

The pair are also busy filming the second season of the popular Amazon Prime show.

Earlier this year, Jeremy shared his concerns for his co-star in a candid chat.

Speaking to The Sun in September, he said: “Kaleb’s fantastic but it worries me how he’ll ever be able to afford his own farm.

“He’s up against hedge fund managers now who don’t necessarily want to farm it.”

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