The Grand Tour host's daughter, Emily Clarkson, 25, has opened up about her childhood and what it was like to be brought up by car enthusiast, Jeremy Clarkson, 59. Emily revealed that it was "normal" for her to be surrounded by cars in her childhood.
Top Gear always felt like my big brother, to be honest.
After being asked about her home life in an interview with DriveTribe, Emily admitted that having an upbringing with cars and racing was all she knew.
She explained: "He was a motoring journalist during the nineties and the noughties.
"We used to get photos of cars posted to us so I think I thought that was normal just to have loads of photos of cars around the house."
The writer went on to say that all her dad's work and interest in motoring led her to pick up a handy party trick when she was younger.
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Emily Clarkson speaks out on life as Jeremy Clarkson's daughter (Image: Getty/DriveTribe)
Emily Clarkson said TopGear was like her big brother (Image: DriveTribe)
She added: "So my friends at school used to be pretty impressed with my ability to recognise any car when we were on a school trip.
"That was my party trick."
The 25-year-old also added that when she thinks back to her childhood "cars are a recurring thing" and she is constantly