Clarkson Farm’s Kaleb Cooper accidentally snubbed former PM David Cameron

Clarkson Farm’s Kaleb Cooper has revealed he’s got a rather famous fan – none other then former Prime Minister David Cameron and accidentally snubbed him.

The 23-year-old has become a breakout star bossing (and insulting) Doncaster-born Jeremy, 61, around the 1,000 acre Cotswolds farm on the Amazon Prime series.

Now in a new interview, the Moreton Morrell agricultural college graduate revealed that he was left doing a double take when he was approached by Cameron, 54, about being local Chipping North celebs.

Kaleb told The Sun : “The other day when I was in Chippy, I got out the truck and David Cameron, I didn’t realise at the time, was next to me.

Clarkson Farm’s Kaleb Cooper has revealed David Cameron is a fan

“He was like, ‘Oh another local celebrity’ and I’m like, ‘Yeah, yeah, I’ve got to go’. I walked straight past, I went, ‘Hang on a minute, that was David Cameron’.

“I said to Jeremy, ‘I think I met David Cameron. Does he drive a pick-up?’ ‘Yeah’, ‘Oh I met David Cameron and didn’t realise it’. So they all laughed at that, I don’t follow the news and I don’t watch TV, so I wouldn’t really know.”

Kaleb’s celeb fan comes after viewers watched as Jeremy stood in open-mouthed disbelief as his co-star tore a strip off of him over an error that could cost the farm.

The former Top Gear presenter has swapped his love of cars for farm management, with his experience being documented on Amazon Prime series, Clarkson’s Farm.

Jeremy showed that he was still a novice on the farming front as he made a mistake that could cost the future of his countryside adventure.

In the final episode, farmer Kaleb did not hold back on his assessment of Jeremy’s actions and yelled “you f***ed up!” in an explosive, expletive riddled farm row.

Jeremy spent time harvesting his fields for barley. The problems arose when he returned to his barn to find that he couldn’t fit his load in there as it was already filled to the limit with rape.

Kaleb has become a breakout star on the Amazon Prime series as he helps Jeremy with his 1,000 acres

Kaleb ripped into Jeremy over his rookie error saying that he would now need to sell that straight away as if it rained overnight, the crop would be ruined.

Jeremy looked to get round this by arranging a lorry to collect the harvested barley but it was soon noticeable that more lorries would be required as there were still over 140 acres to be collected.

Kaleb raged at Jeremy: “20 lorries you should have organised.”

Jeremy repeated the number as he looked shocked while Kaleb continued: “20 lorries! They should have been coming back and forth, back and forth.”

David Cameron was the Prime Minister between 2010 and 2016
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Jeremy was stunned and replied: “29 tonnes in each one? But, it’s six o’clock on a Saturday night we’re not going to get anymore now and it’s Sunday tomorrow.”

Kaleb was frustrated with this outcome and told Jeremy: “And it’s going to rain tonight.”

Jeremy asked if their situation was “completely stuck” and Kaleb confirmed: “Yes, completely stuck. We can’t cut any more barley now because you f***ed up.”

Kaleb continued: “All you had to do was get your phone out and go ‘Hiya…’”

Jeremy was left shocked as Kaleb fumed ‘you f***ed up!’ in farm row on the final episode

Jeremy interjected: “No, wrong. No, I made the mistake about nine months ago when I went ‘that barn’s big enough’.

“I was in full Yorkshire mode. ‘No I’m not spending more than 22 grand. That barn’s perfectly big enough, everything will go in there.’”

*Clarkson’s Farm is available on Amazon Prime Video.

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