Jeremy Clarkson does ‘fracking at the farm shop’
Jeremy Clarkson has shared a picture alongside Richard Hammond and James May on Instagram with the caption “Good to be back”.
Behind the trio are three cars, sending The Grand Tour fans into a frenzy as they look forward to the show returning.
James recently assured fans more specials of The Grand Tour were being filmed amid concern.
The Grand Tour fans were worried Amazon might axe the series following the backlash Jeremy received over his scathing newspaper column about the Duchess of Sussex.
James put fans’ minds at rest but he admitted he has not given the future of the show much thought as he doesn’t know how long it has left.
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He said in an interview on the Fuelling Around Podcast: “No, well, I’m being perfectly honest with you because there’s nothing to hide.”
“We don’t often think more than about a year in advance because let’s face it, we’re old so you can’t.
“We’ve got another one about to come out, we’ve just filmed another one a few weeks ago and we’ve got another one planned to film later this year. What happens after that I don’t know, it’s a bit of a grey fog, it always is.”
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Jeremy threw the show’s future into doubt when he published a column about Meghan Markle in The Sun.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) found the column was sexist.
IPSO received more than 25,000 complaints in the wake of the piece being published in the tabloid last year.
Within the piece, Jeremy said he hated Meghan on a “cellular level” and dreamt of the day she would be forced to parade naked through the streets of Britain while crowds hurled “excrement” at her.
Jeremy eventually apologised for his offensive words about the Duchess on social media.
He insisted the image of her being ridiculed publicly was purely a Game of Thrones reference.
The Sun also issued an apology and subsequently removed the column from its website.
The Grand Tour is available to watch on Prime Video.
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