Jeremy Clarkson teases new farm show
The Diddly Squat farm shop is officially up and running
It feels like we’ve been waiting a really long time for more info on Jeremy Clarkson’s new farm show.
His show, ‘I Bought the Farm’ is set to air on Amazon Prime some time in 2020.
Now, it looks like things are moving again. Clarkson has officially opened his Diddly Squat farm shop, and set up its own Instagram account.
Clarkson initially teased the opening of the shop 18 weeks ago, but after a couple of days it was closed again for mysterious reasons we’ll apparently find out about on the show.
The global pandemic has caused a few further delays, and left Clarkson with 10 tonnes of potatoes. However, being the charitable man he is, he offered them to self-isolating elderly in the Cotswolds.
He's got 10 tonnes of spuds and 10 tonnes of heart...
Diddly Squat Instagram
Despite the Diddly Squat Instagram account being set up less than 48 hours ago, it’s already got 23,000 followers, and climbing rapidly.
The pictures posted so far show some rather delicious looking sausage rolls, and Turner Hardy & Co spiced tomato juice (for all the Bloody Mary lovers out there).
The shop also has a ‘cow juice’ machine, offering 24/7 access to milk, as well as a very glamorous ‘check-out girl’ – aka Jeremy’s lovely girlfriend, Lisa Hogan.
Lisa Hogan in the Diddly Squat farm shop
Never one to do anything quietly, Clarkson turned up to the Diddly Squat farm shop in 'The Excellent', built from a Land Rover Discovery chassis and Mercedes SL, as this photo from @max_ohayon shows.
Hopefully this shows that we will finally be able to see more of Clarkson's antics very soon. In the meantime, keep an eye on the Diddly Squat Instagram account.