The former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, 59, has become quite the entrepreneur as he shared the big news on Twitter. The Grand Tour host revealed the has opened up his farm shop in anticipation of his new Amazon Prime series I Bought The Farm.
In view of his 7.1 million followers, the car-enthusiast took to the micro-blogging site and urged fans to come and visit his new shop.
Jeremy wrote: “My farm shop opens tomorrow afternoon. Twitter-friendly as it’s unheated and meat-free. Do drop in if you’re in the Chipping Norton area.”
Fans inundated the star with comments, as many quizzed the small-screen star on his new endeavour.
A social media user commented: “What time?” in about the shop’s opening time.
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Jeremy Clarkson's big announcement away from The Grand Tour (Image: WENN/GETTY)
Jeremy Clarkson tweeted about his new farm shop opening (Image: TWITTER • JEREMY CLARKSON)
Jeremy cheekily fired back: “The afternoon; like I said.”
Another person quizzed: “Did you grow any of the produce by yourself?” to which the former Top Gear star replied: “All of it.”
“Congratulations! I wish you all the best and success to your new business,” a third person added.
The news comes after The Grand Tour host will attempt to run his 1,000-acre-farm in the middle of the British countryside.
Jeremy Clarkson tweeted about his new Amazon Prime series last year (Image: TWITTER • JEREMY CLARKSON)
Jeremy Clarkson presents The Grand Tour with co-hosts James May and Richard Hammond (Image: GETTY)
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